Setting Lifecycle Management Policy on Azure Storage using Azure PowerShell
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Following the thread of my last post, I want to show you how to take advantage of this functionality by configuring a data lifecycle management policy in your Azure storage account using Azure PowerShell.
Setting Lifecycle Management Policy on Azure Storage using Azure CLI
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In my last article, I showed you how to enable access time tracking on the Azure Storage Blob service. Today I want to show you how to take advantage of this functionality by setting up a data lifecycle management policy in your Azure storage account using Azure CLI.
How to enable Access Time Tracking for the Azure Storage Blob service
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To manage storage costs, it can help to organize your data based on how often it will be accessed. Azure offers us different levels of access to store blob data most cost-effectively, depending on how we use it.
How to enable SFTP support for an Azure storage account
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Blob storage now supports SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). This allows us to use SFTP for file access, transfer, and management. In this post, I will show you how to enable an SFTP endpoint for your blob storage account and configure local user identities to authenticate and connect your storage account with SFTP over port 22.
How to enable hierarchical namespace on an Azure storage account
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To enable a hierarchical namespace and unlock capabilities such as file and directory-level security on an Azure storage account, you need to upgrade your Azure Blob storage with Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 capabilities.
How to copy a blob between two Azure storage accounts using PowerShell
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Hi everyone, I hope you’re staying healthy. I want to show you how to copy a blob between two Azure storage accounts in the same Azure subscription using PowerShell in this post.
How to enable Azure Blob storage versioning
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Hi everyone, in this post, I will show you how to enable blob versioning on your Azure storage account using PowerShell and Azure CLI. When blob versioning is enabled, you can restore a previous version of a blob to recover data if modified or deleted by mistake.
How to disable anonymous public access for an Azure storage account
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One security recommendation Microsoft established in Azure Security Center is to disable public access to storage accounts. In this post, I will show you how you can configure your storage account to prevent public access to an Azure storage account using PowerShell and the Azure CLI.
How to configure Storage Analytics metrics
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Hi, Jorge is back. In this post, I want to show you how to configure Storage Analytics metrics using PowerShell and Azure CLI. Azure Storage Analytics: performs logging and provides metrics data for a storage account.
How to enable soft delete in Azure Storage Services
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Hello, today I want to talk to you about soft delete, this feature allows you to recover files or blobs that were previously marked for deletion. When the feature is enabled, you can recover your data after deletion, within a retention period that you must specify when enabling this feature.
How to set Immutable storage for Azure Blob storage
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Hi, today I want to talk to you about immutable storage. Immutable Storage is an Azure Blob Storage capability that allows you to store business-critical data in a WORM state (write once, read many).
How to configure your Azure storage account to use TLS version 1.2
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By default, Azure Storage accounts allow clients to send and receive data with the oldest version of TLS (1.0). If you want to apply stricter security measures to your storage account, this article could be of interest to you.
Azure Storage: Managing containers and blobs
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Hello everyone, in this post, I want to show you the Azure PowerShell commands that I have been collecting to manage containers and blobs in the Azure Storage service. Prerequisites
How to map a Network Drive to an Azure File Share
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In a previous post, I explained how to create an Azure file share. Today, I want to show you how to connect and mount an Azure file share with Azure PowerShell.
How to Create an Azure File Share
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Azure File Service offers managed file shares in the cloud accessible via the standard Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. This allows you to create one or more files shared in the cloud and use the share as a normal Windows file server.
How to Host a Static Website Directly on an Azure Storage Account
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Today, in this post, I want to show you how to use Azure PowerShell to create a static website in Azure Storage GPv2 accounts. This interesting functionality allows us to publish a static website without any additional cost, only the storage used.
How to create a Storage Account in Microsoft Azure
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This post is part of a series in which I will show how to create different resources in Microsoft Azure. Today I will show you how to create an essential component: a Storage Account.