I followed these instructions to set up Azure as my backend service:
Also added additional packages per this document:
Getting this error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
What is Azure storage made of, the underlying storage technology which supports the Azure storage we access in azure portal?
Is it object based storage or block storage (persistent/ephemeral) similar to categorization in Ceph?
If there is a mix of block and object based, which storage is used for each of exposed Azure storage service - block blo
I refer to Microsoft's Quick Start guide for Azure Blob storage client library v12 for Python. It details how to upload a blob but I want to delete a blob. This answer recommends using:
from azure.storage.blob import BlobService
blob_service = BlobService(account_name=accountName, account_key=accountKey)
I'm trying to use the Azure Python API. I followed these installation instructions https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/python-how-to-install/ using
pip install azure
It had no issues. (I ran it again below just to show the message stating that it is installed. )
I want to upload to Storage as described here: https://azure.m
I'm currently looking at Windows Azure to host an ElasticSearch implementation. Loading the application and running it under Java is not that difficult.
Currently, ElasticSearch only supports Amazon's S3 when it comes to cloud storage.
As a result, I've made a request to add support for Azure Blob Storage in ElasticSearch.
Right after I made th
When I try to do python manage.py syncdb in my Django app, I get the error ImportError: No module named azure.storage.blob. But thing is, the following packages are installed if one does pip freeze:
I have created a java MVC web app and deployed on the Azure cloud. Now I am trying to capture my web application logs into the text/CSV file and store that text/CSV file in Azure Blob Storage. Can anyone tell me how to do this? How to access Azure Blob Storage. I went through this article but was not of much help.
Please anyone help.
Note- In on
I have the Azure Storage Emulator running but it currently looks like (as of v18.104.22.168) that it only supports Blob, Queue, and Table storage:
The confusing part is when you configure a local connection via the desktop Azure Storage
When I create a VM using Azure Resource Manager with an unmanaged disk, I can view its .vhd in Microsft Azure Storage Explorer and/or the Azure Portal under the specified storage account's Blob Container in a sub-container called "vhds".
When I create a VM using Azure Resource Manager with a managed disk, I can't find any storage container with
I need a way to trigger the Azure functions when an entity is added to the Azure Table storage. Is there a way to do this ? When I tried to add a new Azure function, I did not see any Azure Table storage trigger. I see there is Queue and Blob triggers available.
If there is no support for the Azure table storage trigger, then should I need to have