mercredi 1 août 2012 20:07
I am new to Azure and Learning the in's and outs. My first quest is to set up storage to be used for data file storage (flat files) and they need to be FTP'ed to the Azure Cloud. Any advise would be appreciated.
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mercredi 1 août 2012 23:30No way to FTP into storage. I'd say if you need to use FTP, you can maybe do the following.
- Create a custom file system watcher on your existing file server, when a new file is detected or file is updated then upload it to Azure storage with your custom file watcher service.
We do use SFTP on Azure but only to our VM's which you have full control over.
EDIT: Just noticed this from a related post, maybe this helps
- Modifié Barend Bootha mercredi 1 août 2012 23:31
jeudi 2 août 2012 16:33What I need in a nutshell is a way for numerous people to send files to Storage in AZure
vendredi 17 août 2012 17:43
Hi Alan - did you get this resolved? What technologies will they be using and what are the authentication needs? Blob storage supports upload via HTTP/HTTPS (but not FTP, as stated by others), and you can use the account's keys to auth, or create more specific permissions to grant to your users. As other stated, you could create a proxy service if you truly need FTP.
Let us know how we can help, sorry for the delay.