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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 ...

Emerging from the depths, Godzilla G-series VMs for Azure Government

Update, 10/21: Azure GS-Series Virtual Machines  A G-Series variant, the GS-Series now supports Premium storage in the US Gov Virginia region.  GS-Series VMs enable resource-intensive applications with the fastest processors, the most memory, and the highest input/output operations per second (IOPS) (for storage disk performance compared to...

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 Government adding F-Series VMs to USGov Iowa

Today we are announcing the addition of the F-Series VMs to Azure Government’s USGov Iowa datacenter. As noted in the initial release of F-Series VMs in Azure, these VMs have: Any workload which does not need as much memory or local SSD per CPU core will benefit from the value of the F-Series VMs. Due to the price-performance value, ...

TFS VM Images now available in Azure Government

We are pleased to announce that Microsoft Team Foundation Server VM Images are now available in Azure Government. Team Foundation Server Team Foundation Server provides a set of collaboration tools that work with your existing IDE or editor, so your team can work effectively on software projects of all shapes and sizes. Available Images ...

Running Azure Marketplace solutions in Azure Government

** UPDATE 10/25/2016: The official Azure Marketplace has been launched in Azure Government. Most of the content in this post is now obsolete. View details about the launch here. ** When deploying a virtual machine into Azure you need a source Image. The image is pre-configured generalized copy of the operating system you want to deploy...
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New VM images available in Azure Government

We are happy to share with you the most recently published VM images now available for Microsoft Azure Government customers. You can see the full list of currently available images in our Image Gallery Documentation. In the upcoming month you will see additional VM images published in Azure Government. As always...

Microsoft Azure Government adds Premium Storage and expanded Virtual Machine image coverage

<Cross posted from the Azure Blog.> Today, I am pleased to announce additional functionality for Microsoft Azure Government. In support of key customer requests, and service portfolio expansion, we have added support for Premium Storage and several additional pre-configured Virtual Machine images.  Azure Government customers can begin...

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