Microsoft Azure Cloud offers several types of scalable, high-availability storage: for tables, queues, files, blobs and Azure virtual machine disks. But what does it all really mean?
Even for an IT-specialist, it is not that easy to determine the best solution for the corporate requirements and environment. In this article, we will provide a definition for each of the Microsoft Azure storage types and give examples.Continue reading →
This article refers to CloudBerry Explorer for Windows Azure 2.3 and later.
We are glad to announce that starting from this release, CloudBerry Explorer for Microsoft Azure supports Azure File storage! Using CloudBerry Explorer, you can now easily create a new Azure File storage account, add new file shares and effectively manage your data on these file shares. Continue reading →