(Cross-Post) Announcing Azure Storage Data Movement Library 0.2.0

In the previous announcement post for DMLib 0.1.0, we committed that the newest release of the Data Movement Library would support more advanced features. Great news, those are now available and include the following: Download, upload, and copy directories (local file directories, Azure Blob virtual directories, Azure File directories) Transfer directories in recursive mode Transfer…

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AzCopy - Introducing Append Blob, File Storage Asynchronous Copying, File Storage Share SAS, Table Storage data exporting to CSV and more

We are pleased to announce that AzCopy 3.2.0 and AzCopy 4.2.0-preview are now released! These two releases introduce the following new features: Append Blob Append Blob is a new Microsoft Azure Storage blob type which is optimized for fast append operations, making it ideal for scenarios where the data must be added to an existing…

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Azure Files Preview Update

At Build 2015 we announced that technical support is now available for Azure Files customers with technical support subscriptions. We are pleased to announce several additional updates for the Azure Files service which have been made in response to customer feedback. Please check them out below: New REST API Features Server Side Copy File Copy…

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Microsoft Azure Storage @ BUILD 2014

We were pleased to give an update on Azure Storage at the Microsoft Build conference this year, where we spoke about What’s Coming, Best Practices and described common patterns for making efficient use of Azure Storage. We also summarized our tremendous growth this past year: we are now storing 20+ trillion objects and serving over…

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Windows Azure Storage Emulator 1.8

In our continuous endeavor to enrich the development experience, we are extremely pleased to announce the new Storage Emulator, which has much improved parity with the Windows Azure Storage cloud service. What is Storage Emulator? Storage Emulator emulates the Windows Azure Storage blob, table and queue cloud services on local machine which helps developers in…

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Windows Azure Storage Client Library 2.0 Breaking Changes & Migration Guide

The recently released Windows Azure Storage Client Library for .Net includes many new features, expanded platform support, extensibility points, and performance improvements. In developing this version of the library we made some distinct breaks with Storage Client 1.7 and prior in order to support common paradigms across .NET and Windows Runtime applications. Additionally, we have…

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Introducing Windows Azure Storage Client Library 2.0 for .NET and Windows Runtime

Today we are releasing version 2.0 of the Windows Azure Storage Client Library. This is our largest update to our .NET library to date which includes new features, broader platform compatibility, and revisions to address the great feedback you’ve given us over time. The code is available on GitHub now. The libraries are also available…

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New Storage Features on the Windows Azure Portal

We are excited to announce several new storage features available on the Windows Azure Portal. With the updated Portal you have the ability to choose the level of redundancy for your storage, enable/disable and configure both Metrics and Logging, and view metrics in tabular and graphic format. When you create your storage account, you can…

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Windows Azure Storage Client for Java Overview

We released the Storage Client for Java with support for Windows Azure Blobs, Queues, and Tables. Our goal is to continue to improve the development experience when writing cloud applications using Windows Azure Storage. This release is a Community Technology Preview (CTP) and will be supported by Microsoft. As such, we have incorporated feedback from…

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