We challenged our Azure Government DC user community to share 12-minute demos at last month’s Meetup, Cloud DemoPalooza – Azure Gov Style, to showcase cool tech to help accelerate your cloud implementation. If you weren’t able to join us in person,
It’s no secret that cloud computing empowers organizations to deliver better government. While cloud adoption is still in early stages, how to take advantage of new technologies is at the forefront of every government IT department.
Hear from government and industry IT leaders who are paving the way to advance digital government at the Microsoft Azure Gov DC Meetup,
Are you headed to the Microsoft Tech Summit March 6-7 in Washington, DC? If so, be sure to connect with the Azure Government Engineering team. Among the more than 50 technical training sessions, we are hosting 14 government-specific sessions starting with a can’t-miss “What’s New in Azure Government Cloud” by Tom Keane,
Azure Government is excited to expand our partnership with Bitnami via the Azure Government Marketplace beyond the initial offering in Image Gallery. We are happy to announce the first wave of open source images published by Bitnami to the Azure Government marketplace.
We are pleased to announce the expansion of the Microsoft and Red Hat partnership that will now enable government organizations additional options to migrate their Red Hat subscriptions to Microsoft Azure Government. This extends Microsoft Azure’s certification as a Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider (CCSP) to now serve our U.S.
This week, Microsoft is made several announcements highlighting our commitment to customer choice and support for open source technologies, including Monday’s general availability of .NET Core 1.0 and ASP.NET Core 1.0. This release is a huge accomplishment for the entire open source ecosystem – with more than 18,000 developers representing more than 1,300 companies contributing to .NET Core 1.0.