From our commercial cloud to the tactical edge, we continue to deliver more innovation to empower government agencies to advance their mission. In addition to the recent product news enabling government to advance ‘tech intensity’, here are some recent highlights of new capabilities in Azure to support the full spectrum of government needs.
13 new services added to FedRAMP High ATO as part of ongoing work to make commercial innovation more accessible to government agencies
Microsoft now has 80 services covered by the FedRAMP High Provisional Authorization to Operate (P-ATO) for Azure Government in the continental United States.
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Our recently released Azure Blueprint for NIST SP 800-53 R4 is now available in Azure Government.
Snowflake, the data warehouse built for the cloud, is now generally available on Microsoft Azure Government.
Snowflake is a data warehouse-as-a-service, which requires no management and features separate compute, storage, and cloud services that can scale and change independently. Snowflake’s architecture provides complete relational database support for both structured data,
10 new services added to FedRAMP High ATO as part of ongoing work to make commercial innovation more accessible to government agencies
Microsoft now has 67 services covered by the FedRAMP High Provisional Authorization to Operate (P-ATO) for Azure Government in the continental United States.
Earlier this month we announced that Microsoft has expanded the IL5 Provisional Authorization (PA) granted by the Department of Defense (DoD) to all Azure Government regions. This expanded coverage brings more PaaS features and services at Impact Level 5 (IL5) to customers than any other cloud provider.
Azure Government Secret now in private preview and pending accreditation
Azure Government Secret delivers comprehensive and mission enabling cloud services to US Federal Civilian, Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC), and US government partners working within Secret enclaves.
Developed using the same foundational principles and architecture as Azure commercial cloud,
Today, we launched the Azure Government Blog on the Microsoft Dev Blogs platform which provides a more user-friendly design and better capabilities to help you stay connected with our developer community even when you’re AFK (away from keyboard).
Over the last few months,
Tomorrow, we’ll be moving the Azure Government blog to a new platform. What will stay the same is our focus on serving our government customers and partners with a dedicated channel for all things Azure Government.
With our new channel under Microsoft Dev Blogs,
Azure Advisor is a free Azure service that analyzes your Azure usage and configurations and provides personalized recommendations to help you optimize your resources for high availability, security, performance, and cost. Azure Advisor is now generally available (GA) for Azure Government.