Microsoft Azure Bastion would greatly simplify Azure implementations for IaaS for Government customers.108 votes
Azure AD B2B support is in progress and expected to be available in CY19Q2
This initial iteration of B2B is scoped to support only adding guests from other Azure Government tenants and not Azure commercial
Visual Studio Team Services can integrate/connect with Azure Government today. For more information on this see:
This item will remain open for a FedRAMP version of VSTS instance which is still TBD. Please also cast you vote on the Visual Studio Team Services feedback forum:
Also, in the short term our recommendation is to self-host Team Foundation Server (our on-premises product) in Azure. Several quickstart templates are available to help self-hosting Team Foundation Server in Azure, including in government clouds. See https://azure.microsoft.com/resources/templates/?term=tfs, and https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/mihansen/2017/11/15/private-tfs-deployment-in-azure/. We are working on making this approach easier in the next release of TFS.
The new managed-Kubernetes Azure Container Service (AKS) is planned to preview in Azure Government sometime in CY19Q2.
In the interim, you can deploy Kubernetes, Mesosphere, Docker Swarm, etc directly via the open sourced acs-engine (https://github.com/Azure/acs-engine). Check out this tutorial for more info: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-government/documentation-government-k8
Databricks would be a great feature to leverage the power of Spark in a FedRAMP High environment.27 votes
Azure Databricks is expected be available in preview in CY19H2
Azure SQL Database Managed Instance is being deployed in Azure Government and is planned to GA in CY19Q2
Azure Search delegates server and infrastructure management to Microsoft, leaving me with a ready-to-use service that I can populate with my data and then use to add search to your web or mobile application.22 votes
Azure Search is now available in limited preview in US Gov Virginia. If interested in joining the preview, please email email@example.com
The SendGrid Email Delivery Service is available in public Azure, but not Azure Government. Please make this useful service available also in Azure Government.17 votes
In the interim, while we get Azure AD B2C in Azure Gov, depending on your scenario and the features you want, you can use regular Azure AD as workaround. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to discuss this or other workarounds.
Please make Azure DDoS available in Azure Government to help protect my Azure resources from denial of service threats.10 votes
Azure DDoS is planned to arrive to all Azure Government regions in CY19Q2.
Azure CDN is currently revaluating their plans for Azure Government
For customers that have both public Azure and Azure Government, given that CDNs don’t host restricted data, you can use Azure CDN from public Azure in the interim.
Need Azure Automation for the DoD regions in Azure Government. Utilizing this feature to automate cloud and on-premises system deployments would be a useful method for introducing DoD customers to the cloud.8 votes
Application Gateways should emit diagnostics logs & metrics, and support alerting through Azure monitor.4 votes
I had signed up for the 90 day trial and had just started the second month. In trying to determine what type of service I needed to test some features, I inadvertently selected and created a Sql DataWarehouse, not realizing that service would immediately cause me to go over my $500 credit limit. I soon realized that service wasn't at all what I needed, and deleted it, but the effect of this mistake was/is that I'm locked out of my trial account for a month and can't do any further testing because of it. The timing is particularly bad because the third month of the trial will start shortly after I'm going to be on vacation. So this mistake effectively causes me to lose almost 6 weeks of testing. I submitted a help desk ticket explaining what happened, but there is apparently no current way to override. So I have no access to the services I created, and my only recourse is to try to recreate them with a new account. There should be a way to allow for exceptions of this nature.
I had signed up for the 90 day trial and had just started the second month. In trying to determine what type of service I needed to test some features, I inadvertently selected and created a Sql DataWarehouse, not realizing that service would immediately cause me to go over my $500 credit limit. I soon realized that service wasn't at all what I needed, and deleted it, but the effect of this mistake was/is that I'm locked out of my trial account for a month and can't do any further testing because of it. The timing is particularly bad because…2 votes
Hello Microsoft team, when is Azure VMware Solutions by CloudSimple going to be available for our customers in the Azure government cloud?1 vote
When will QnA Maker service become available in GCC High?1 vote
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