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  • jason0923
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    This may seem like a vague question maybe someone could point me to a good how to guide for Azure. But our district bought this Azure Cloud servers and for the life of me I can’t figure out what if anything it does. I can create a VM but off itself in the cloud not connected to our domain I don’t know what good it does me. They want me to store stuff in the Cloud storage but I can’t seem to figure out how. There is an Icon called storage it follows down to something called Blobs but no where do I see any way of copying data to or from it. Googling these things has led me no where.


    Pistle
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    The very first thing you need, to use storage in azure is a storage account. To use any storage type in azure, you first have to create an account in Azure. After creating an account, you can transfer data to or from services in your storage account. Create a storage account to store up to 500 TB of data in the cloud.
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