Estela Virko Microsoft (MSFT CSG) on Wed, 27 Jul 2016 13:16:11
From @bolapatil via Twitter
Hi, I am able to create , delete storage account using certificate authentication. currently I am using my local machine to do the same. I want to create windows service for the same and want to host it into same azure subscription where i want to create storage accounts. Do i need create certification authentication on azure??? Please guide.
I want to use continues running service which can do database operation and send email to the appropriate person so he can use this storage account to upload his files.
I want to create storage account, Send email, do data base operations using same service.
To access Storage from local machine I have created and installed one certificate on local machine and uploaded on azure.
SadiqhAhmed-MSFT on Thu, 28 Jul 2016 13:00:16
Thank you for contacting us!
To access storage from local machine you can use Azure File Storage. See this link - https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/documentation/articles/storage-dotnet-how-to-use-files/#mount-the-file-share
We are researching your ask about database operation and sending emails to appropriate people for uploading files to Azure Storage account.
vikranth s on Fri, 29 Jul 2016 11:39:42
Thank you for posting here!
By default, the data in your storage account is accessible only to storage account owner. Authenticating requests against storage requires the account access key by default. However, you may wish to make certain data available to other users. You have two options:
- Anonymous read access to blob storage: You can make a container or its blobs publicly available for anonymous access. See Manage anonymous read access to containers and blobs for more information.
- Shared access signatures: You can provide clients with a shared access signature (SAS), which provides delegated access to a resource in your storage account, with permissions that you specify and over an interval that you specify. See Shared Access Signatures: Understanding the SAS Model for more information.