Data feeds to Azure Blob Storage

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mineshs35649495

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mineshs35649495

mineshs35649495

14-06-2018

Currently the only way to send analytics datafeeds to a Aure Blob storage is by sharing storage keys & account details. We see this as a security risks to our azure  accounts. A way around this is to  use SAS tokens to give access the Azure BLOB container storage via CLI(Command Line Interafaces). Could this option be added to Analytics Data feeds.

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girishbejawada

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girishbejawada

09-07-2018

can we use SAS key instead of key ? will that work ?

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jasvantn5493153

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jasvantn5493153

22-08-2019

Is there any instruction on how to send data analytics datafeeds from Adobe Analytics to Azure blob storage?

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Franklin2

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Franklin2

Franklin2

30-01-2020

Has there been any resolution to this issue? I'm interested in the same issue. 

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navrajan88

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navrajan88

navrajan88

18-06-2020

I am interested in this as well, is there any update on this?

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Saumya-In

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Saumya-In

Saumya-In

10-08-2020

Hi,

 

We don't currently support SAS-Token authentication in Data Feed Azure Blob delivery. We support account key authentication. The Account Key (is also called "storage account key" or "access key") is a base64 encoded string that can be located at the customer's storage account settings. 

 

For information on Azure Blob as delivery destination for data feed, you can refer to the following document:

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/analytics/export/analytics-data-feed/create-feed.html

 

Hope this helps!

 

Thanks,

Saumya

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Saumya-In

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Saumya-In

Saumya-In

21-08-2020

@mineshs35649495 - Just wanted to check if the information provided was helpful.

Thanks,

Saumya

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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27-10-2020

 
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