• Contributor: Stonebranch Stonebranch
  • OS: Linux
  • Author: Nils Buer
  • Prerequisites: Azure account, Python 2.7.x (or 3.6.x) for Linux
  • Compatibility: UA 6.4.2.2 or higher, UC 6.4.5.x or higher
  • Application / Platform: Azure Blob Storage
  • Product: Universal Agent, Universal Controller
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Check for Blob in Container in Azure Blob Storage (Linux)

Check for Blog in Container in Azure Blob Storage (Linux) 

This Universal Task that checks for the existence of a blob in a container in Azure Blob Storage and supports multi-level security when moving to the cloud.

Key Features:

  • All Credential for Azure Blob Storage are stored in an encrypted form in the database
  • Encrypted connections towards the Azure Blob Storage via a Proxy Server are supported
  • The Universal Tasks are calling the Microsoft Azure Storage SDK for Python
  • All Universal Task support encrypted connections via a Proxy Server
  • All Credential for Azure (account_name, account_blob) are stored in an encrypted form in the database
  • You can select different log-levels e.g. Info and debug

 Additional information:

The python azure-storage-blob module is called by a Universal Agent running on a Linux Server or Windows Server – Note: This document focuses on the Linux Version