Get an introduction to Azure storage blobs, which provide a general-purpose storage platform for cloud native applications to store unstructured data.
- [Instructor] Azure Storage Blobs…offer unstructured storage in the Cloud.…It's the general purpose storage.…It's comparable with Amazon Web Services S3,…and we have three types of blobs in Azure Storage.…One is called block blobs.…And this is what you would expect from a blob.…You can upload the whole thing at once,…and you make changes to parts of it, blocks,…within a blob.…We have a page blob,…which is what we use for virtual machine disks.…And we have an append blob,…which append only.…
We can access Azure Storage…through multiple client libraries, of course,….NET, Java, Node.js, and so forth,…and if none of those fit your needs,…then you can talk to the REST API directly.…Now the uses cases for blobs are manyfold.…And just think of it as your file system in the Cloud.…General storage, with one significant consideration.…We do have a tiering option.…So if we pick a storage account that is made…specifically for blobs,…so not a general purpose storage account,…then we can choose hot, cool, or archive storage tiering.…
- Azure Storage overview
- Azure Storage security
- Deploying Azure Storage
- Accessing Azure Storage files
- Passing messages with Azure Storage queues
- Storing unstructured data with Azure Storage blobs
- Storing structured data in Azure Storage tables (Cosmos DB)
Skill Level Intermediate
4. Azure Storage Files
5. Azure Storage Queues
6. Azure Storage Blobs
7. Azure Storage Tables
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