Cómo comprar Azure Government

Azure Government está disponible para adquirirlo a través de un proveedor de soluciones de licencias (LSP) de Azure Government, sin compromiso económico por adelantado. Si quiere probar Azure Government antes de comprarlo, regístrese para acceder a una evaluación gratuita de Azure Government.

Compre a través de su partner de licencia

Los proveedores de soluciones de licencias asesoran sobre el modo de obtener y administrar licencias y servicios en la nube de Microsoft. Comprenden el ecosistema de la nube gubernamental y quizá tienen un historial de sus compras, de manera que pueden trabajar con lo que usted ya tiene como punto de partida para lograr el éxito. Hable con la persona de su organización responsable de adquisiciones para saber con qué LSP quizá están trabajando ya.

Estos asociados comprenden las opciones de licencia de Microsoft gubernamentales, pueden aconsejarle sobre el proceso de adquisición más adecuado y ayudarle a empezar.

Partner de licencia Teléfono Correo electrónico
CDW-G 800-808-4239 GSASales@CDWG.com
Dell 855-860-9606 usasapfederalinside@dell.com
GovConnection 800-800-0019 fedcontracts@govconnection.com
HP 402-885-2874 slmsusfederal@hpe.com
Insight 800-862-8758 federal@insight.com
Minburn Technology Group 571-699-0705 Opt. 1 microsoft@minburntech.com
SHI 888-744-4084 Opt. 1 fedsales@shi.com
Softchoice 1-877-333-7638 gov@softchoice.com
Softmart 800-628-9091 govt@softmart.com

Idoneidad

Azure Government is a unique cloud instance, exclusively for government customers and their solution providers. Government customer eligibility for Azure Government is offered to three different types of customers which are:

  1. A U.S. Government entity in its governmental capacity, for example:
    1. Federal Agency (e.g. bureau, agency, department or other entity of the U.S. government)
    2. State/Local Entity
    3. Tribal Entity
    4. Regional or interstate government entities (but no international entities)
    5. Federal Funded Research and Development Centers (FERDCs)
  2. A partner using Azure Government to provide a solution that, for example:
    1. Provides services and/or solutions to US Government customers
    2. Holds a direct or indirect Government contract through GSA and specific to the use of a partner solution
  3. A commercial private entity with data that’s subject to regulations. Accepted government data types:
    1. International Traffic in Arms (ITAR)
    2. Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
    3. Department of Department (DoD) Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information (UCNI)
    4. Department of Energy (DoE) UCNI
    5. Criminal Justice Information (CJI)
    6. Department of Defense Impact Level Data

An international commercial entities may qualify due to regulated data may be required to purchase the service through their U.S. subsidiary.

A customer must provide evidence that they are a member of one of the groups listed above to be allowed into Azure Government.

Begin by requesting a free Azure Government trial by completing this form or by Contacting Us with questions.
Links: Azure Gov trial
Contact Us: AzureGovTrials@microsoft.com