Using the Windows Azure Management Console Snap-In

Often you need to store files for your applications when deployed to Windows Azure. This can be accomplished in two ways, both as an administration task and programmatically. If you need to store files programmatically, look at the additional Windows Azure examples located on MSDN Code Gallery here: samples and search for the StorageClient sample application, which implements code taking advantage of the REST APIs for managing the blob storage programmatically. If you instead need to upload files to the Blob storage as a simple repository for your applications, an easy way is installing the Windows Azure Management Console Snap-In. This can be found ...

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