In the previous post I described TableRequestOptions class and provided some basic code samples. In this post I am going to cover Shared Access Signatures for Azure Storage Table service.

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In the previous post I have described how to work with large amounts of data in Azure Table and provided basic query samples. In this post I am going to describe TableRequestOptions class and show how to use it.

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In the previous post I have described the basic query capabilities of Azure Table. In this post I am going to cover more advanced topics.

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In the previous post I have showed how to work with batch operations and provided some basic code samples, in this post I am going to show how to query data from Azure Table

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In the previous post I described TableOperation class and showed how to perform various operations on individual entities. In this post I am going to show how to work with TableBatchOperation class and how to perform operations on a set of items.

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In the previous post I described how to create and delete Azure Storage tables. In this post I am going to show how to insert/replace/update/retrieve new entity into azure table.

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In the previous post I showed how to use basic PowerShell commands to manage azure tables. In this post I am going to show how to create/delete tables using C# and Azure Storage Library.

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In the previous posts I have described Azure Queue and provided small usage examples. In this post I am going to show how Azure Table service can be managed from Powershell. Azure Table service is a service that stores structured NoSQL data in the cloud. It is a key/attribute store with no schema. Also, it is worth to mention that it costs much less that SQL Database for similar volumes of data. You can use the Table service to store and query huge sets of structured, non-relational data, and your tables will scale as demand increases. There is a good post Working with 154 million records on Azure Table Storage – the story of “Have I been pwned?” about Azure Table service that everyone should read.

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In previous post I have described stored access policies and provided basic code samples. In this post I am going to discuss another topic - attributes and metadata. Attributes is simple properties, metadata for a queue is stored as name-value pairs.

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In the previous post I have described Shared Access Signature mechanism. In this post am going to talk about Stored Access Policies and how it should be used with SAS.

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