Azure Storage for Developers: Files

Azure Storage for Developers: Files
Azure Storage for Developers: Files
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 50m | 293 MB

Azure Files offers fully managed file shares in the cloud. These highly scalable file shares, or network file shares, are accessible via Server Message Block (SMB) and REST APIs and can help to simplify cloud development. In this installment of Azure Storage for Developers, learn what you need to know to get up and running with Azure Files. Instructor Anton Delsink details how to create a new storage account in the Azure portal and protect your stored data using stored access policies and shared access signatures. He then dives into the Azure Files service, explaining how to connect to and query files, access files from both SMB and REST APIs concurrently, leverage the optimized data transfer utility AzCopy, and more.

Topics include:

  • Creating and managing storage accounts in the Azure portal
  • Stored access policies for granting privileges
  • Encrypting data at rest
  • Azure Storage Files and net use
  • Querying files
  • Accessing files from both SMB and the REST API concurrently
  • Using AzCopy to copy data among storage accounts asynchronously
Table of Contents

1 Introduction to Azure storage files
2 What you should know
3 Azure Storage overview
4 New storage account in the Azure Portal
5 Manage storage accounts in the portal
6 Azure Storage Explorer
7 Shared key authentication
8 Shared access signatures (SAS)
9 Stored access policies
10 Encryption at rest
11 Introduction to Azure storage files
12 Azure storage files and net use
13 Connect to Azure storage files
14 Query Azure storage files
15 Combine REST and SMB
16 Shared access signatures (SAS)
17 Container properties
18 AzCopy for async operations
19 Next steps


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