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If you need to store many objects in the cloud, like pictures, videos, logs, or any other kinds of unstructured data, using a storage blob on Azure is a perfect option. In this post, I walk through the steps of creating a storage account, creating the blob container, uploading the content, and eventually accessing my https available object.



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