Azure Blob Storage Integration
Azure Blob Storage is Microsoft’s popular object storage solution for the cloud. It specializes in storing large amounts of unstructured data at scale. It means that you can now store images, documents, audio, video, or log files on Azure Blob Storage, without any hassle.
Azure Blob Storage is scalable, fast, secure and offers cutting-edge data lifecycle management and access control capabilities. It is fully optimized for data lakes and is very cost-effective, making it a popular cloud storage platform among many top-tier businesses.
What You Can Do with Azure Blob Storage
- Built to handle large amounts of unstructured data
- Operates on the principle of ‘store once, access anywhere’
- Designed for efficient disaster recovery and data backup
- Allows for quick, accurate and scalable analytics through an on-premise or Azure-hosted service
- Supports Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2, a modern Big Data analytics solution for the cloud
Setting up Azure Blob Storage for storing your event data via different sources can be quite time-consuming. Besides specifying individual buckets to store your data, you need to transform your data manually so that it can be picked up for analysis.
By integrating RudderStack with Azure Blob Storage, you can save precious time in manually configuring your containers.
Scalable Data Storage Made Easy with Azure Blob Storage and RudderStack
With RudderStack, you can seamlessly send your event data from any source of your choice to your Azure Blob Storage container. What’s better is that you don’t have to worry about the size or scale of the data, as Azure Blob Storage will take care of it. Connect Azure Blob Storage as a destination in RudderStack, and you are good to go.
By Adding Azure Blob Storage Support for RudderStack, You Can:
- Store all your event data in the specified blob container in real-time
- You don’t have to transform your event data manually; RudderStack will do that for you
- You can access the data stored in the blob from anywhere in the world, via HTTP/HTTPS
- The blob data can directly be picked up for data analysis
- You can store or archive the data for disaster recovery and backup
What is Blob Storage in Azure?
What is the difference between Blob Storage and file storage?
How do I retrieve data from Azure Blob Storage?