Inspire 2022: Microsoft announces Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty

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At Inspire 2022, Microsoft announced the Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty. This is specially designed for the government sector and can help customers build and digitally transform workloads in the Microsoft Cloud while meeting strict security and policy requirements.

Under Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty, customers can also enjoy broad platform capabilities, resiliency, and security at scale. All of this is done while they still have great control over data, residency, and transparency to their own operational and government processes.

Also announced at Inspire 2022 are some updates for the ISV program. Microsoft even announced the Azure Space Partner Community. This is all about enabling partners to deliver the best Azure offerings to joint customers and is an ecosystem that gives access to technical support and scaling solutions. Benefits include co-innovation and engineering, go-to-market scale and support, marketing and community involvement, and product offering incentives. Interested parties can sign up today to expand with Azure.