What is Azure File Storage and what is it used for?
Azure File Storage is a fully managed file sharing service in the cloud, simple, secure, etc. designed for enterprise-grade tasks.
Leverage fully managed file shares in the cloud that can be accessed through industry-standard Server Message Block Protocol (SMB). Rest assured that your data is encrypted at rest and in transit using SMB 3.0 and HTTPS.
Quickly access your files through high-latency, low-bandwidth links through intelligent caching of commonly used local files through Azure File Sync. Mount your Azure file share from Windows, Linux, or macOS.
Azure file shares can be mounted simultaneously by cloud or on-premises deployments of Windows, Linux, and macOS. In addition, Azure shared files can be cached on Windows servers with Azure File Sync for quick access near where the data is used.
Azure File Storage makes it easy to “elevate and switch” applications to the cloud that expect a file share to store the file application or user data. Azure Files enables both the “classic” scrolling and elevation scenario, where both the application and its data are moved to Azure, and the “hybrid” scrolling and elevation scenario, where application data is moved to Azure Files, and the application continues to run on-premises.
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