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Control Data Access in Azure Storage Services with Shared Access Signatures

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Control Data Access in Azure Storage Services with Shared Access Signatures

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You’re utilizing Microsoft Azure Storage services to host your data only to realize you need to control data access.  Data access is not always a black or white scenario where data is completely publicly available or completely unavailable. So, what can we do about controlling consumer access of our data resources? This is where Shared Access Signatures come in.

Shared Access Signatures are Azure’s out-of-the-box security control that can provide you the ability to specify how,when and what data access a consumer can have.  Microsoft has provided a solution that works across these related storage services and once you know how to harness Shared Access Signatures for one service, you’ll know how to utilize Shared Access Signatures for the other storage services as well.

In this video we’ll cover how to utilize Shared Access Signatures for controlling access to data resources in Azure’s Storage Services.

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