Storage Explorer


Storage Explorer

Azure Storage Explorer is a free, standalone application provided by Microsoft that allows users to manage and interact with Azure storage resources, including Azure Blob Storage, Azure Table Storage, Azure Queue Storage, and Azure Data Lake Storage, among others. It provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for performing various tasks related to storage management. Here are some key features and functionalities of Azure Storage Explorer:

  1. Multi-Platform Support:

    • Azure Storage Explorer is available for multiple platforms, including Windows, macOS, and Linux, making it accessible to a wide range of users.
  2. Azure Account Integration:

    • Users can sign in with their Azure account to access and manage Azure storage resources associated with their subscriptions.
  3. View and Manage Containers and Blobs:

    • Users can browse and manage Azure Blob Storage containers and blobs, including creating, deleting, and editing containers and uploading, downloading, and deleting blobs.
  4. Azure Table Storage:

    • Storage Explorer allows users to work with Azure Table Storage, view table entities, and perform CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations on table data.
  5. Azure Queue Storage:

    • Users can interact with Azure Queue Storage to view, create, and manage queues and messages.
  6. Azure Data Lake Storage:

    • Azure Storage Explorer supports Azure Data Lake Storage, enabling users to upload, download, and manage files and folders in Data Lake Storage Gen1 and Gen2 accounts.
  7. Storage Emulator Integration:

    • For local development and testing, Azure Storage Explorer can connect to the Azure Storage Emulator, which replicates Azure storage services on a local machine.
  8. Copy and Move Data:

    • Users can easily copy and move data between different storage accounts, containers, or folders within the same storage account.
  9. Bulk Data Management:

    • Storage Explorer provides tools for efficiently managing large volumes of data, such as bulk uploads and downloads.
  10. Storage Resource Properties:

    • Users can view and edit properties of storage resources, including metadata, access policies, and permissions.
  11. Search and Filter:

    • The application includes search and filter capabilities, allowing users to quickly locate specific blobs, tables, or queues.
  12. Integrated Tools:

    • Storage Explorer integrates with other Azure tools and services, such as Azure Logic Apps and Azure Functions, to enhance storage-related workflows.
  13. Shareable URLs:

    • Users can generate shareable URLs for individual blobs or containers to enable easy sharing and access to specific resources.

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