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Storage

Updated: November 12, 2013

For getting started information about Windows Azure storage, see the following topics in the Windows Azure Developer Center:

This section provides information about using Windows Azure Storage Services to store and access data. The Windows Azure Storage services are comprised of:

  • Blobs - Used to store unstructured binary and text data

  • Queues - Used for storing messages that may be accessed by a client and providing reliable messaging between role instances

  • Tables - Used to store non-relational structured data

Use the links on this page as a jumpstart to understanding what to consider when using Windows Azure Storage. These links come from across Microsoft’s various content providers. This page will be updated periodically when new content is available, so check back often to see what’s new.

 

What’s New

Basics

Tools

Forums

Code Samples

Blogs

Blob

Queue

Table

Logging, Metrics, and Analytics

See Also

Concepts

Storage Services REST API Reference
Storage Client Library 2.1

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