Showing all posts tagged: 'Storage'

A 4-post collection

Securing Azure Storage Tables with SAS authentication and CORS in .NET

I'm currently working on a side project as an excuse to try some of the latest code features and functionality in .NET Core. It's a small project with a couple of models and basic CRUD. The project is going to touch everything new such as ASP.NET Core 2.0 Preview, .NET Standard 2.0 Preview, Azure Storage SDK for .NET Coreetc. It was a conscious decision as I wanted to see how the latest tooling and libraries would work. The migration from MVC 5 -> ASP.NET Core project was mainly painless with a few small changes, but remember …[read more]


Deep dive into Azure Blob Storage

SimpleTalk invited me once again to write about Azure and this time the focus was on Storage. Azure Storage is a vital piece for most operations on Azure and it supports a wide variety of services such as VMs, Azure SQL Service etc. In this post, I do a deep dive into Azure Blob Storage, its different components and the various way you can interact with it. You can read all about it here: https://www.simple-talk.com/cloud/cloud-data/working-azure-blob-storage-service/ …[read more]


Copying blob data between storage accounts on Azure. Did you say scale? (part 1)

A couple of weeks ago I published a post for copying data between storage accounts using Azure Functions. The code for the function is quite basic and responds only to upload events. Every time someone uploads blobs to a container monitored by the Function, the blob gets automatically copied across to the destination storage account. That’s great for small workloads. But, what about copying 100k blobs from one storage account to another? And how about making that task super scalable? Challenge accepted! In this post I will explain how to solve this problem using the .NET Azure SDK and …[read more]


Application logging to Azure using SeriLog

I'm in the process of creating a cloud-based application that needs to scale well and I'm thinking about error management and logging. There will be a follow up post about the application itself, but for now I want to focus on the logging bit. In my quest to find the right tool, I remembered reading about Serilog some time ago. I've been meaning to try Serilog but I had to find the right project/opportunity. And now I finally got it! The thing I like about Serilog is that it’s extremely easy to set up especially with its fluent …[read more]