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Set Up Azure Storage Account
Azure Blob Storage is Microsoft's object storage solution for the cloud. Blob storage is optimized for storing massive amounts of unstructured data. Read more about this service at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/blobs/ .
- Search for Storage Account
- Select “Create”
- Select Subscription, Resource group, Storage account name, Region, Performance, and Redundancy, then click on “Review + create”
- Once Validation has Passed, click “Create”
- 1.Once the Storage Account is deployed, Navigate to “Shared access signature”
- 2.Allowed services: Select the services needed for your workflow e.g., Blob and Table
- 3.Allowed resource types: Service, Container, Object
- 4.Allowed permissions: Read, Write, Delete, List, Add, Create
- 5.Blob versioning permissions: Enable deletion of versions
- 6.Allowed blob index permissions: Read/Write, Filter
Provide a date range, use HTTPS only protocol with Basic (default) routing tier, then click “Generate SAS and connection string”.
Note down the values that are needed to set up Azure Storage REST Connector in Flow Studio.
Endpoints: Blob storage: https://<your-instance-name>.blob.core.windows.net Table storage: https://<your-instance-name>.table.core.windows.net
Shared Access Signature: Copy the SAS token to a text editor and split it like this:
# Shared Access Signature
The signature (sig) is URL encoded and needs to be decoded for use in Flow
# URL decoded signature (sig)
All parameters in the Shared Access Signature should be added to the REST connector configuration in Flow Studio