SpaceBlock File Transfer Utility now Supports Windows Azure Blob Storage

Right on the heels of my post on how to use the CloudDrive sample to access the logs for your service running on Windows Azure, John Spurlock posted a link to SpaceBlock on the Windows Azure forum that now supports Windows Azure Blob Storage.

This is really cool and actually a much easier way to access logs, just type in your service name and primary access key and away you go:


Just makes it really easy to view and transfer to and from your blob storage account. 

I hope we’ll see local host Development Storage endpoint support soon. (with pre-populated devstoreaccount1 info already entered)

ClickOnce install is here.