Currently focusing on remaining features to get us to GA with tabular. Will confirm timelines/availability for MD as soon as available.
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This is something we plan to address.
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
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.
Planned for SQL DB- no time frame to share yet. Available in SQL Managed InstanceJim Mullennix commented
I agree. This is a major pain for some types of migrations. Some migrations are mandated to be as quick as possible, with minimal code changes. Imagine having to update dozens to hundreds of stored procedures, views, and other SQL statements for an application that is vintage 2008 or earlier that makes heavy use of GETDATE. Every single instance of a datetime field has to be evaluated and updated and tested. This could add weeks to implementation. That could be very expensive.