Government

Azure Monitor now available in Azure Government

23 August 2017

Getting ahead of issues before they impact end users is a key goal of any IT organization. One important tool in this process is the use of monitoring and analytics services, which help ensure that you get up-to-date information on the overall health of your cloud environment. We are happy to announce that we have expanded the portfolio of management services with the general availability of Azure Monitor in Azure Government.

Head of Global Infrastructure, Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure expands with two new regions for Australia

14 August 2017

I am delighted that Microsoft Azure will be expanding into two new regions in Australia. This increases the number of Azure regions announced across the globe to 42, which is more than any other major cloud provider. Microsoft will become the first major cloud provider to offer regions specifically focused on the needs of the government and their partners in Australia.

Head of Global Infrastructure, Microsoft Azure

New government datacenter regions available in Arizona and Texas

10 July 2017

I am pleased to announce that Azure Government is commercially live in two additional datacenter regions in Arizona and Texas for U.S. government customers and their partners following my announcement late last year. With these expansions, Azure Government has capacity in proximity to government customers and partners on the East Coast, West Coast and Central United States.

Head of Global Infrastructure, Microsoft Azure