Azure Storage Service is Cloud Storage service from Microsoft that enables you to reliably store massive volumes of data at a very low cost. Azure Storage is supported in our Azure Management Studio product.
Azure Storage Service is Cloud Storage service from Microsoft that enables you to reliably store massive volumes of data at a very low cost. It would not be unfair to say that Azure Storage Service is backbone of Azure. Almost each and every service in Azure relies on this service. Azure Management Studio enables you to manage data in your Azure Storage accounts from the convenience of your desktop. Using Azure Management Studio, you can connect to your Azure Storage accounts and manage data stored in, and . Azure Management Studio also enables you to perform on your storage accounts.
Loaded with features like blob uploader/downloader, strong table querying support, built-in query manager, and CRUD operations on blobs, queues and tables etc., you don't have to look for any other tool to manage data in your Azure Storage accounts.
Blob storage is an object storage service provided in Azure Storage. It enables you to store huge amount of unstructured data in form of blobs at a very cheap price. With support for storing objects for streaming purposes (audio, video, images, documents), logging data and disks and backed by high availability and redundancy, Blob storage is the natural choice of storing data in Azure. Azure Management Studio provides best experience when managing data in blob storage.
Queue storage is a very simple messaging service provided in Azure Storage. It provides a no-frill yet highly scalable and reliable messaging solution for your application's messaging needs at a very cheap price.
Table storage is essentially a NoSQL Key/Value pair store in Azure Storage. It provides a highly scalable and reliable storage solution for storing and querying non-relational data at a very cheap price.
Azure Management Studio not only enables you to manage data in your Azure Storage accounts but also enables to manage those accounts as well. Using Azure Management Studio, you can create, update, modify, and delete storage accounts in your Azure Subscription. For more details, please see Azure Subscriptions.