Join us for the Azure Government Innovation Tour – coming to a city near you!

Azure Gov Team

If you’re a government-focused developer, IT pro, or mission leader striving to learn the latest on Azure Government and optimize your skills and productivity, be sure to register today and join us for our Azure Government Innovation Tour coming to Raleigh, Chicago, DC, Austin and Atlanta.

This can’t-miss event showcases  50+ Azure Government demos across a wide range of technologies including PaaS, IaaS, AI and Machine Learning, Azure Data Services, Serverless, Containers, and numerous tips and tricks.

At our first stop in Sacramento, participants ranged from current Azure Government users with active projects looking to improve their skills and optimize capabilities to cloud users comparing different cloud platforms and organizations just initiating their cloud migration journey. Here’s what participants are saying about their experience:

“The Azure Government Innovation Tour gave us a much deeper understand of the capabilities Azure Government brings to the table to support the strategic projects our government clients are initiating.”

“The event inspired us to move conversations forward to make real the plans we have to modernize our services for the residents of California.”

Upcoming tour dates and locations:

Join us at one of these locations to learn to develop and deploy mission critical applications in Microsoft Azure Government. At this free, code-first event for government-focused developers, IT Pros, and mission leaders, you’ll learn the latest about how to be more productive with Azure.

Steve Michelotti and Yujin Hong of the Azure Government Engineering team will demo serverless compute, data services, AI, machine learning, containers, and share numerous tips and tricks. You and your team will walk away with first-hand knowledge of how to effectively leverage Microsoft Azure Government for your most important workloads in a highly secure and compliant manner.


Steve Michelotti

Microsoft Engineering

Yujin Hong

Microsoft Engineering


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