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Azure Storage Blob components

tAzureFSConfiguration Provides authentication information for Spark to connect to a given Azure file system.
tAzureStorageConnection Uses authentication and the protocol information to create a connection to the Microsoft Azure Storage system that can then be reused by other Azure Storage components.
tAzureStorageContainerCreate Creates a new storage container used to hold Azure blobs (Binary Large Object) for a given Azure storage account.
tAzureStorageContainerDelete Automates the removal of a given blob container from the space of a specific storage account.
tAzureStorageContainerExist Automates the verification of whether a given blob container exists or not within a storage account.
tAzureStorageContainerList Lists all containers in a given Azure storage account.
tAzureStorageDelete Deletes blobs from a given container for an Azure storage account according to the specified blob filters.
tAzureStorageGet Retrieves blobs from a given container for an Azure storage account according to the specified filters applied on the virtual hierarchy of the blobs and then write selected blobs in a local folder.
tAzureStorageList Lists blobs in a given container according to the specified blob filters.
tAzureStoragePut Uploads local files into a given container for an Azure storage account.

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