The ability to mount an existing Azure Blob Container as a Network Folder is available in FileCloud Server version 19.2 and later.
Administrators can integrate Azure's Blob Storage container with FileCloud Server to allow users access to this data inside FileCloud Server portals and clients.
Azure Blob Storage is cloud storage for the internet.
To upload your data (photos, videos, documents etc.), you first create a Blob Storage container in one of the Azure Regions.
You can then upload any number of objects to the bucket.
There are few limitations you should know about using Azure Blob Storage network folders
- No versioning support (Version key will be ignored and file will be overwritten)
- No real time network sync or indexed search is allowed (Regular file search will work)
For preview and edit to work correctly when you use Azure Blob Storage for Network Folders, in the Azure CORS settings, for the value of Allowed origins, enter the exact URLs that will be accessing the objects. (Do not enter *.)
What do you want to do?
Attach Azure Blob Storage container to a Network Folder
Configure the container-based Network Folder