Microsoft continues to push Azure Government, releases new documentation

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Microsoft Azure Government is continuing to expand and now has documentation support on the official site. According to an Azure blog post released today, users can now go onto the Azure web page and search through topics of solutions and information that are readily accessible. Furthermore, it gives quite an interesting look into how the Department of Defense could use Azure to regulate safety.

Azure Government is the cloud solution specific to satisfying government regulations. The company boasts that it has unmatched security and that the cloud service has recently obtained higher clearance to the Department of Defense data than any other commercial cloud provider. “Not all clouds are created equal,” the Redmond giant declared two weeks ago in their Azure Government highlight blog.

The new documentation is also a surefire way to stay up to date with all of the preview releases and future features. There are over twenty-three documentations for you to peruse. Take a look over on the Azure webpage and just click the Documentation tabs to select Azure Government from the list.