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ArcGIS Maps for Power BI Gov by Esri now available

We are happy to announce that Power BI Gov users can now use ArcGIS Maps for Power BI Gov (preview) created by Esri! This brings several new capabilities to Power BI Gov users. Geographic information systems (GIS) helps users gain a better understanding of the world by using spatial analysis on a map's data layers. It's a way to discover, use...

Setup continuous deployment to Microsoft Azure Government using Visual Studio Team Services

Continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) help teams reliably deliver quality apps to end customers at a faster pace of update. From code through build, test, and deployment you can define efficient and fully managed pipelines that automate and control the entire process. Release Management in Visual Studio Team Services is...

Riverbed expands to deliver solutions in Azure Government

Riverbed Technology is bringing Riverbed SteelHead CX to the Microsoft Azure Government Cloud. Government customers are now able to understand, optimize, and control applications and data across the hybrid enterprise, extending into the cloud. With SteelHead CX in Azure you get: If you have any questions pertaining to Riverbed ...

ArcGIS for Server on Microsoft Azure Government

Esri is excited to announce the availability of ArcGIS for Server on the Microsoft Azure Government Cloud. ArcGIS for Server will allow you to deploy leading-edge GIS technology on Microsoft Azure virtual machines. As the world’s leading enterprise mapping and spatial analytics platform, ArcGIS for Server provides a complete Web GIS ...

The Capabilities of Red Hat VM Images in a Pay-as-you-go Model for Azure Government

We are happy to announce that government customers can now deploy Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8 and 7.2 VM images in a Pay-As-You-Go model directly from the Azure Government Marketplace with per-minute billing.  This is following our partnership announcement with Red Hat in Azure Government on July 27th, 2016.  What does this mean for ...

Azure App Service generally available in Azure Government

We are excited to share the general availability of Azure App Service on Azure Government. App Service is a cloud platform which enables developers to build, deploy and run powerful web apps, mobile back-ends and API apps that connect to data anywhere in the cloud. It is an integrated solution which streamlines development and provides ...

New portal for Azure Government now generally available

A few months ago we announced the new portal preview. Today we are excited to share that the new portal is now generally available in Azure Government. This portal provides an integrated experience allowing users to manage their Azure services and applications. The classic portal (http://manage.windowsazure.us) will continue to co-exist with ...

IaaS just got easier for Government

We are pleased to announce the general availability of Azure VM and SQL DB deployment and management powered by Azure Resource Manager (ARM) on Microsoft Azure Government. These capabilities are some of the most requested features for Azure Government.  This enables the modern management of many more of your cloud resources. The ARM ...

Azure Import/Export Service generally available in Azure Government

We are excited to announce the general availability of the Azure Import/Export Service in Microsoft Azure Government. The Import/Export service allows migration of large amounts of data in and out of Azure blob storage by shipping hard disk drives directly to the datacenter. This service is suitable in situations where you want to transfer ...

New portal in preview for Azure Government

We are happy to provide a preview of our new Azure Government Portal (http://portal.azure.us). This portal provides an integrated experience allowing users to manage their Azure services and applications. Services included in the preview of the new Azure Government Portal are – Virtual machines (classic), Cloud services (classic), Storage ...