Adding Azure Storage

  • 19 April 2021
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NOTE: Before adding the artifact repository to Torque, make sure to have an Azure storage account and file share(s) ready. As you develop your blueprints and applicaitons, you will place the artifacts required by your blueprints and applications in these file shares and reference them in your blueprint YAMLs in the format “share_name/file_name”. Creating the storage account and file share(s) as well as uploading artifacts to them is done directly in Azure Portal.

To add your Azure Storage: 

  1. Open the Settings > Repositories tab.
  2. To the right of the Artifact Repositories label, click Add s Repository.
    The Select an artifact repository provider window is displayed.
  3. Select Azure Storage.
  4. From the Azure Account dropdown list, select the account in which your storage repository resides.
  5. From the Storage Name dropdown list, select the name of the storage in which your artifacts reside.
  6. Click Confirm.
    Your artifacts repository is added. 

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