MinIO Azure Gateway
MinIO Gateway adds Amazon S3 compatibility to Microsoft Azure Blob Storage.
Run MinIO Gateway for Microsoft Azure Blob Storage
podman run \ -p 9000:9000 \ -p 9001:9001 \ --name azure-s3 \ -e "MINIO_ROOT_USER=azurestorageaccountname" \ -e "MINIO_ROOT_PASSWORD=azurestorageaccountkey" \ minio/minio gateway azure --console-address ":9001"
export MINIO_ROOT_USER=azureaccountname export MINIO_ROOT_PASSWORD=azureaccountkey minio gateway azure
Test using MinIO Console
MinIO Gateway comes with an embedded web based object browser. Point your web browser to http://127.0.0.1:9000 to ensure that your server has started successfully.
|Dashboard||Creating a bucket|
Test using MinIO Client
mc provides a modern alternative to UNIX commands such as ls, cat, cp, mirror, diff etc. It supports filesystems and Amazon S3 compatible cloud storage services.
mc alias set myazure http://gateway-ip:9000 azureaccountname azureaccountkey
List containers on Microsoft Azure
mc ls myazure [2017-02-22 01:50:43 PST] 0B ferenginar/ [2017-02-26 21:43:51 PST] 0B my-container/ [2017-02-26 22:10:11 PST] 0B test-container1/
Use custom access/secret keys
If you do not want to share the credentials of the Azure blob storage with your users/applications, you can set the original credentials in the shell environment using
AZURE_STORAGE_KEY variables and assign different access/secret keys to
Gateway inherits the following Azure limitations:
- Only read-only bucket policy supported at bucket level, all other variations will return API Notimplemented error.
- Bucket names with "." in the bucket name are not supported.
- Non-empty buckets get removed on a DeleteBucket() call.
- List Multipart Uploads always returns empty list.
- Bucket notification APIs are not supported.