- [Instructor] After this deep dive into Azure storage blobs…the next step is to take a look at Azure storage files…as an alternative for unstructured data, but then also…to take a look at Azure storage tables as a way to work…with structured data.…And so then you can make an informed decision between two…different ways for using unstructured data files and blobs…as well as an informed decision to consider tables in case…your data is in fact structured.…
For distributed systems, it's also worth taking time…to study Azure storage cues and we have a deep dive course…for that.…As you saw in this course, calling these APIs,…it's appropriate to do so asynchronously, so if you're…not comfortable with the async keyword in C#, do take…a look at the course Async with C#.…Thank you for watching and good luck on your journey…with Azure storage.…
- Creating a Blob storage account
- Stored access policies for granting privileges
- Shared access signatures
- Encrypting data at rest
- Connecting to blob containers
- Working with append and block blobs
- Azure Storage metadata
- Blob performance considerations
Skill Level Intermediate
Azure Storage for Developers: Tableswith Anton Delsink1h 43m Intermediate
Azure Storage for Developers: Fileswith Anton Delsink1h 50m Intermediate
What you should know1m 54s
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