Publish your solutions to Azure Government – what, why and how
The Azure Marketplace is the premier destination for all your software needs, optimized to run on Azure. The Azure Government Marketplace includes many of the same solutions for use in Azure Government, an exclusive instance of Microsoft Azure that enables government customers to safely transfer mission-critical workloads to the cloud.
Software companies that want to bring their solutions into Azure Government can learn more by watching this episode of the Azure Government video series. Publish your solutions to Azure Government – What, Why and How (Video).
In this episode Steve Michelotti, Senior Program Manager, Azure Government talks with Sarah Weldon, Program Manager, Azure Government about the Azure Government Marketplace. In this video they cover the "what, why and how" of using this platform reaching new government customers.
You’ll learn about the compliance benefits of Azure Government, and how to move into this space if you’ve already published software in the Azure Marketplace. Steve and Sarah include a demo of the publishing process for the Azure Government Marketplace with additional guidance to help ensure your success.
Also, be sure to subscribe to the Microsoft Azure YouTube Channel to see the latest videos on the Azure Government playlist.
About Azure Government
Azure Government is an exclusive instance of Microsoft Azure with world-class security and controls designed for highly sensitive data. It enables government customers to safely transfer mission-critical workloads to the cloud.
Azure Government has over 38 services included in our FedRAMP high compliance program and robust networking throughout the United States with eight announced regions, including two DoD regions certified at impact level five, all connected via private dark fiber. Each region is over 500 miles apart with data replication across regions for business continuity.
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