Microsoft Azure Storage offers serveral storage options for storing and sharing data. One of the options is Blob storage that allows to store data in containers (equivalent to S3 bucket) accessible through http(s). Unlike Microsoft OneDrive, Azure Storage does not offer the possiblity to authenticate using OAuth. The method used to authenticate is called SharedKey Authorization (More details in the docs). The good news is, as an imager200 user, you do not have to worry about performing SharedKey authorization, everything is done under the hood by the backend. All you need to do is to provide the storage account name, the container name, and the account key.
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