Learn about shared access signatures as a means of granting minimum privileges for accessing an Azure storage account, limiting the access to a service, a type of access, and even by a date/time.
- [Instructor] To adhere to the principle…of minimum privilege,…we will avoid using shared keys…and rather use shared access signatures…as a way of providing the specific limited privileges…a client needs for accessing a resource…within the Azure Storage account.…In particular, shared access signatures are used…for blobs, files, and other mechanisms…where we want to grant a specific permission…to a client to take a very specific action.…Looking in the Azure Portal,…select one of your storage accounts…and below the Overview, below Access Keys,…is Shared access signature.…
Click on Shared access signature…and you'll see several of the options…on the right-hand side.…So, shared access signature is essentially a unique token…being generated for a client for a specific purpose.…In particular, we can limit by service,…so we can grant access to just one service,…be it Blob, File, Queue, or Table storage,…we can limit the access by the type of resource,…Service, Container, Object itself,…and of course, Read, Write, Delete,…
- 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
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