Azure Storage is the cloud storage solution for modern applications that rely on durability, availability, and scalability to meet the needs of their customers

Azure storage provides the following four services: Blob storage, Table storage, Queue storage, and File storage.

  1. Blob Storage stores unstructured object data. A blob can be any type of text or binary data, such as a document, media file, or application installer. Blob storage is also referred to as Object storage.

  2. Table Storage stores structured datasets. Table storage is a NoSQL key-attribute data store, which allows for rapid development and fast access to large quantities of data.

  3. Queue Storage provides reliable messaging for workflow processing and for communication between components of cloud services.

  4. File Storage offers shared storage for legacy applications using the standard SMB protocol. Azure virtual machines and cloud services can share file data across application components via mounted shares, and on-premises applications can access file data in a share via the File service REST API.

Version 1.2.0 - Feb 18, 2021

Compatibility

Software Version

Mule Runtime

3.x

Azure Storage API

5.0.0

Version 1.0.0 - March 8, 2017

Compatibility

Software Version

Mule Runtime

3.x

Azure Storage API

5.0.0

Features

  1. Blob Storage.

  2. Table Storage.

  3. Queue Storage

  4. File Storage.

Support Resources

  • Azure Storage URL: here

  • Azure Storage Documentation: here

  • Azure Storage API reference: here