Azure Files offers fully managed file shares in the cloud that are accessible via the industry standard Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, Network File System (NFS) protocol, and Azure Files REST API. Azure file shares can be mounted concurrently by cloud or on-premises deployments. SMB Azure file shares are accessible from Windows, Linux, and macOS clients. NFS Azure file shares are accessible from Linux or macOS clients. Additionally, SMB Azure file shares can be cached on Windows servers with Azure File Sync for fast access near where the data is being used.
General availability: Azure Backup support for Azure Files in China North2, China East 2, China North 3, and China East 3
Azure Backup now supports Azure Files in China North2, China East 2, China North 3, and China East 3
Migrate your SMB shares to Azure file shares with Azure Storage Mover.
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With this announcement, cloud native and modern applications that use REST APIs to access Azure SMB shares can utilize identity-based authentication and authorization to access file shares.
Generally available: Azure Files scalability improvement for Azure Virtual Desktop and other workloads that open root directory handles
Azure Files has increased the root directory handle limit per share from 2,000 to 10,000 for standard and premium file shares.
Azure Files geo-redundancy for large file shares is now in public preview for standard SMB file shares.
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General Availability: Support for Linux clients to use identity-based access to Azure file shares over SMB
Linux SMB clients can now use Azure Files identity based authentication and authorization. This capability is available to devices that are domain joined to either customer-managed Microsoft AD...
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Persist data in Azure Container Apps via mounted volumes.
Azure Files NFS v4.1 share now support nconnect option.
Private Preview: Azure Backup enables vaulted backups for Azure Files for comprehensive data protection.
You can now transfer the backups of Azure Files to the vault to get complete protection against various data loss scenarios.
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When deploying an HPC Pack workload to the Azure public cloud, until recently, it could be challenging to deploy a highly available, Active Directory-integrated file share to host your SMB...
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