Azure Files, the fully managed cloud file share service in Azure, extends the ability of organizations to share files across Azure VMs and on-premises clients. With support for industry standard SMB…
We had announced the availability of Linux on-premises and cross-region mounting of Azure Files for the first OS distribution - Ubuntu 17.04, in April. Today, we are happy to share that more Linux distributions now include this functionality, which will allow on-premises and cross-region mounting of Azure Files.
Azure Files offers fully managed file shares in the cloud through the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. This is the predominantly used file share protocol for on-premises Windows use cases.
Today, we are excited to announce the General Availability of Storage Service Encryption for Azure Files Storage. Azure Files Storage is now the first fully managed file service offering encryption of data at rest.
Azure File Storage is a service that offers shared File Storage for any OS that implements the supported SMB Protocol. Since GA we supported both Windows and Linux.
The newest release of the Data Movement Library supports more advanced features. Read on to learn more!
We were excited to announce the general availability of Azure File Storage, Microsoft Azure’s fully managed file shares in the cloud at AzureCon 2015, and I’d like to provide an inside view on how we built the service.
Looking back on AzureCon, and looking ahead to the future, including a feature that lets you Bring Your Own Licenses (BYOL) to Azure.
The Azure Storage team has several exciting announcements to make. This blog post provides an overview of our GA and Public Preview announcements as well as new capabilities and improvements to the Azure Storage service.
We are excited to announce the general availability of Azure File Storage!