Cerulean

Azure Storage

Storage Accounts

Accounts

Using Cerulean you can list all storage accounts in your Azure Subscription and perform basic management and comprehensive data operations on those accounts. You can list both ARM and Classic storage accounts.

Using Cerulean you can view properties of a storage account. General properties like account name, resource group name, account id, SKU, replication, account kind, and endpoints etc. can be viewed for an account.

Using Cerulean you can update properties of a storage account. Cerulean enables you to change replication type, default access tier (for Storage V2 accounts), and enable/disable HTTPS only properties of a storage account.

Using Cerulean you can manage access keys of a storage account.

Using Cerulean not only you can list the access keys but also regenerate any of the access keys for your storage account.

Using Cerulean you can easily map custom domains (e.g. staticassets.mywebsite.com) to the blob endpoint (myaccount.blob.core.windows.net) of a storage account.

Using Cerulean you can manage tags of a storage account. You can list tags defined on a storage account, add new tag, update a tag value or delete one or more tags for that account.

Using Cerulean you can manage resource locks on a storage account. You can list existing locks on a storage account, add new locks or remove existing locks from an account.

This is a special Cerulean feature where you can launch Azure Portal from inside the application and manage your storage account there.

Using Cerulean you can connect to a storage account using multiple ways. You can use your Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) credentials. You can also connect to a storage account using account name and access key. Lastly you can also connect to a storage account using Shared Access Signature (SAS) URL.

When connecting to a storage account via SAS URL, Cerulean supports both Account SAS as well as Service SAS. Former gives access to all resources of a particular service type (Blob, File, Queue or Table) while the latter gives access to a specific resource (blob container, file share, queue or table) in a storage account

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can give a name of your choice to your storage account. For example, if your Redis cache account's name is "portalxcd45laq" you can give it a friendly name of "Prod Storage Account" for easier identification.

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can assign a resource category like "Development", "QA", "Production" etc. to your storage account for easier categorization. You can then group all resources managed in Cerulean by resource category to manage them together.

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can explore a storage account in read-only or read-write mode to prevent accidental deletes and updates. When an account is assigned "read-only" permission in Cerulean, the app will prevent you from making any updates or deletes. Similarly when an account is assigned "read-write" permission, the app will prevent you from making any deletes (updates are allowed).

For RAGRS accounts, Cerulean enables you to connect to the secondary endpoints (e.g. account-secondary.blob.core.windows.net) of your storage account and explore the data stored there. In fact, Cerulean is the only tool that will allow you to do that.