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Windows Azure Storage Part I — Blobs

  • Tejaswi Redkar

Abstract

The previous chapter covered the computational and management features of Windows Azure. In this chapter, you learn about Windows Azure’s Storage service feature. Windows Azure Storage is a scalable, highly available, and durable service to store any kind of application data. The Storage service provides you with the ability to store data in three different types of storage types: blobs, queues, and tables. Each storage type has advantages; depending on the application requirements, you can choose the appropriate storage type for your data. You can also use multiple storage types within the same application.

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Storage Service Storage Type Private Method Window Azure Storage Account 
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