- 27 Sep 2023
- Updated On 27 Sep 2023
If you're using Azure Blob Storage service, storage drivers are used to establish the connection between your applications and the cloud storage infrastructure. The storage drivers are an abstract representation of the container in the Azure Blob. For more information, see the Azure Blob Storage.
This topic describes how to create Azure Blob storage drivers in the Dataloop platform as part of your Azure integration.
You can create a Azure storage driver in the Dataloop if you complete Azure Secret Key integration.
For more information, see the Integration Overview.
Create Azure Blob Storage Driver on the Dataloop Platform
- Log in to the Dataloop platform.
- Select Data Management from the left-side panel.
- Select the Storage Driver tab and then click Create Storage Driver, or click on the Down-arrow and select the Create Storage Driver from the list. A new storage driver pop-up window is displayed.
- Enter a name of the storage driver.
- In the Integration field, select your relevant Azure Integration from the list.
- Enter your Container name, the one that is relevant to the integration.
- (Optional) Check to Allow delete items. This option allows Dataloop to remove items from the storage driver when those items are deleted from Dataloop's dataset. It does not delete items from the Dataloop dataset when those are deleted from the storage driver.
- Click Test to verify the connection.
- Click Create. A confirmation message is displayed.
To Create a Dataset Based on an External Cloud Storage, see the Create a Dataset Based on an External Cloud Storage.