Azure Government

Insights, how-tos and updates for building solutions on Microsoft's cloud for US government

How to configure TLS versions in App Service and Functions apps in Azure Government

TLS (Transport Layer Security) protocols provide privacy and data integrity for establishing secured connections between applications. Over the period of time TLS has evolved and new versions have continued to fix vulnerabilities in older versions and also add newer capabilities. As Azure Government customers continue to optimize security of ...

Azure Functions portal experience now available in Azure Government

Creating and managing your Azure Functions in Azure Government just got easier with the availability of the Azure Functions portal experience. The rich portal experience allows you to create, manage and monitor your functions. You can develop using C#, F# or JavaScript and integrate with a wide variety of services using triggers and bindings...
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Getting Beyond Lift-and-Shift on Azure Government Video – Part 2

Management wants you to move to the cloud. But if you simply lift-and-shift, you are missing out on tremendous opportunities to increase scalability and optimize resources, while also decreasing time and costs. In this episode of the Azure Government video series, Steve Michelotti and Zach Kramer talk about the benefits of moving to PaaS. The ...
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Red Hat releases partner Azure Blueprint for OpenShift on Azure Government

As government agencies increasingly look to adopt of DevOps, cloud computing, and Linux containers, building the underlying infrastructure on a trusted and secure foundation is critical. Today Red Hat, in collaboration with Microsoft, released a partner Azure Blueprint for deploying Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Microsoft Azure ...

Microsoft Azure IaaS Architecture Best Practices for ARM

How to design and build an enterprise infrastructure in Azure using the Azure Resource Manager portal Getting started in Azure is easy to do, and you can have production workloads running in the cloud in very little time. However, there are some essential aspects of the Azure platform that require some forethought and planning. While it is ...

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 ...

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 ...

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