Azure Classroom Series – 30/Aug/2020

Containers in Storage Accounts

  • Containers hold blob data

  • Create a container & Upload Some file (block blob) Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview

  • Every container will have public access level

    • private:
      • Not accessible over internet
      • Can be accessed only within azure
      • For creating, deleting or editing, viewing the blob you should sign in into azure (Authenticated & Authorized to Azure Storage accounts)
    • Blob:
      • Anonymous read access to the outside world at the blob level
      • Access (viewing) => Anyone
      • For creating, deleting or editing the blob you should sign in into azure (Authenticated & Authorized to Azure Storage accounts)
    • Container:
      • Anonymous read access to outside world (any one) at the container level
      • Access (viewing) => Anyone
      • For creating, deleting or editing the blob you should sign in into azure (Authenticated & Authorized to Azure Storage accounts)
  • Lets observe how to create un managed disks

  • For this activity create two storage accounts

    1. GPLv2 with Premium Tier Preview
    2. GPLv2 with Standard Tier Preview
  • Lets try to create one VM with premium disk and change the disk options to un managed. In the disks tab select the options as shown below Preview Preview

  • Lets try to create one more VM with standard disk and change the disk options to un managed. In the disks tab select the options as shown below Preview Preview

  • Navigate to the disks blade on premium unmanaged disk based vm Preview

  • lets look at premium storage account linked to the above & see what is created Preview Preview

  • Now repeat the same steps for standard storage based vm

  • When we select unmanaged disk for creating a vm, In the selected storage account

    • A container name as vhds is getting created with private access level
    • In side this container a page blob for the disk is created.

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