Getting Started with Azure Blob Storage | Data Exposed: MVP Edition is an episode hosted by Anna Hoffman and Indira Bandari. The episode explores the basics of Azure Blob Storage, a cloud-based storage service for unstructured data. It offers a simple, secure way to store data, providing redundancy, scalability, and accessibility features. The discussion covers the creation process of a storage account, how to define containers, upload files, and access data using Azure portal.
Indira Bandari holds a Masters degree in Statistics with over 18 years experience in datawarehouses and analytical solutions design and development. She is a co-organiser of the NZ Business Intelligence - Power BI User Group and Auckland Artificial Intelligence Meetups, international speaker, and is passionate about knowledge sharing and volunteering. Children aged 10-15 are part of her teaching audience where she teaches game development, databases and Power BI.
Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) are passionate community contributors who share their technical knowledge. They possess deep knowledge of Microsoft products and services and bring together diverse platforms, products, and solutions to solve real-world problems. There are around 4,000 technical experts and community leaders across 90 countries/regions as part of this global community of MVPs.
The Azure Blob Storage service enables storage, accessibility and scalability of unstructured data in the cloud. Ideal for data professionals, it ensures data redundancy and security. Its basic functionalities include creation of a storage account, defining containers and uploading files facilitated via Azure portal. It also boasts the expertise of experienced professionals like Indira Bandari and the support of the robust community of Microsoft MVPs for continuous knowledge sharing and problem solving.
Azure Blob Storage is a cloud-based storage service for unstructured data that provides redundancy, scalability, and accessibility. It is an ideal storage solution for data professionals due to its features and ability to easily store and access data. To get started with Azure Blob Storage, users need to create a storage account, define containers, upload files, and access data using Azure portal. Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) are technology experts who share their knowledge with the community and are always on the lookout for new and exciting technologies. They have deep knowledge of Microsoft products and services and are able to bring together diverse platforms, products, and solutions to solve real world problems. To learn more about Azure Blob Storage and MVPs, users can connect with Anna Hoffman and Indira Bandari on Twitter and watch other MVP Edition episodes on the Data Exposed YouTube playlist.
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