Azure table storage as a backend

The Table Storage service uses a tabular format to store data. Each record represents an entity, and the columns represent the various properties of that entity (fields within a table).

Every entity has a pair of keys (a PartitionKey and RowKey) to uniquely identify it. It also has a timestamp column that the Table Storage service uses to know when the entity was last updated (this happens automatically and the timestamp value cannot be overwritten; it is internally controlled by the service itself).

Extensive documentation ( https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/ ) about how the Storage and Table Storage services work can be found directly on the Azure website. It is an invaluable resource that is definitely ...

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