In the newest episode of Azure Friday, Steve Michelotti talks with Scott Hanselman about Azure Government, which provides a separate physical and network-isolated instance of Azure for federal, state, and local governments with a higher level of compliance for US Government workloads.
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Checkout the presentations tomorrow for Virtual Azure Gov Discovery Day event! You’ll hear from industry leaders, analysts, and experts featuring Tom Keane, general manager, Microsoft and Steve Michelotti,
In the latest episode of The Azure Podcast, Steve Michelotti of the Azure Government engineering sits down with The Azure Podcast team to discuss the latest and greatest of Azure Government. Steve also provides an update on what is going on in Azure Government including:
The two new DoD specific datacenters
How Azure Government is the only publicly available government cloud with DISA L5
Differences between Azure public and Azure Government
Microsoft continues to lead the charge in realizing the power and promise of the cloud for Government customers. We are pleased to announce that Azure Government has been granted authorization for 12 additional customer-facing services to our FedRAMP High P-ATO. We now offer 32 Infrastructure and Platform services to our customers in our Azure Government compliance boundary,
As we start the new year, Azure Government team is looking to add more capabilities for our government customers. We are excited by all of the progress that was made last year and we plan to build off of that momentum this year.
We are happy to announce the availability of the pricing calculator for Azure Government users! Consumers will now be able to calculate and estimate the cost of using Azure Government services by selecting one of the two “US Gov” regions we have added to the calculator.