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The Azure Blob Uploader application was designed to be a tool for uploading large size blobs, as blocks of data to the Windows Azure Blob storage. If the upload fails in the middle, the tool should resume the upload from where it failed (rather than starting over).
The file to be uploaded is broken down into individual blocks. Each block has a specified size (as specified by the user), and is specified by a unique ID. Each block is scoped by a blob name (which is same as the file name). The upload process uploads each block individually and maintains the information of the current uploading position (specified by the stream position in bytes) in an XML file (uploadmetadata.xml created in the directory from which the tool executable was invoked).
The tool required the following input from the user:
– Account Name: Windows Storage account name
– Account Key: Windows Storage account key
– URI: Endpoint URI of the BLOB storage service
– Container Name: BOB Storage container, where the blob needs to be uploaded to. The tool creates the container if it does not exists
– Input File: The name of the file to be uploaded.
– Block Size: The size of each individual block


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## Step 1. Create the tool executable
1. Export the storage account keys using a command such as the following:

Export-AzStorageKey -StorageAccountName -StorageAccountKey

If the keys are not present in the account, a new key pair will be generated. If the command is successful, a new file, *azstoragekey.txt* will be created in the same location.

2. Create the Azure Storage account:
1. Open the Windows Azure Powershell console.
2. At the Azure PowerShell Prompt (iwr.ps1), type the following to create an account:
New-AzureStorageAccount -AccessPolicies “” -Location “” -StorageAccountName -KeyType “ServiceAccount” -ResourceGroupName “”

![Azure Storage Account](images/azure-storage-account.png)

## Step 2. Create a scheduled task
1. Export the currently running scheduled task, *AzureStorageUploader.exe*, to a text file.
2. Create a scheduled task by invoking the script using the following parameters:
1. `Action`: `StartTask`
2. `RunAs user`: `NetworkService`
3. `TaskName`: `AzureStorageUploader`
4. `StartIn`: `User Interface`
5. `StartArguments`: `** -AccountName -AccountKey -uri -ContainerName -InputFile -BlockSize **`
3. Test if the tool successfully created the scheduled task by invoking it directly. Enter the following command:
Start-AzureStorageUploader -AccountName -AccountKey -uri -ContainerName -InputFile

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Azure Blob Uploader is built upon the Azure Storage for Windows Azure where it uses the windows storage emulator for performing the entire upload. This approach gives us the advantage of using the many features of the windows emulator and using the standard windows file system for manipulating the files. The whole upload is managed by the blob uploader tool.
The upload metadata is stored in a XML file (uploadmetadata.xml) which will be created in the directory from which the tool executable is invoked. The metadata in uploadmetadata.xml looks similar to the image,

Once the upload is finished, the tool can be shut down and the uploaded files can be accessed in the Azure Storage:
Step 1: As of now, the upload tool doesn’t provide a UI for streaming the files. To access uploaded files, you can use the Azure Storage Explorer tool. For more information, visit the Tools for Windows Azure section of this blog.

Azure Storage Explorer

Step 2: The uploaded file will look similar to the following:

Step 3: A file named uploadmetadata.xml is automatically created in

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To fully understand how the tool works and what is required from the user, here are some details regarding its operation:
Azure Blob Uploader is designed to be integrated into a windows application. The tool can be invoked from a C# application. The application is used by user to configure and run the tool. The tool uses the WebRequest to upload the file to the BLOB storage. The tool reads the upload metadata.xml file from the temp folder to determine the current upload position and uploads each block independently. If any block fails in the middle of the upload process, the tool waits for the upload metadata.xml file to be written and then uploads the blocks one by one (whereas, the last block is the most recent and the other blocks need to be updated accordingly).

The details of the work and the input required by the tool are described below:

– **Upload Progress Information**: Upload metadata.xml file is created in the temp folder.
– The following details are read from the upload metadata.xml file (using the GetXml method):

– The URI (endpoint URI of the BLOB storage service).
– The destination container name.
– The current block index (number of block).
– The current stream position in bytes (the position from where the tool has started the upload of the file).

– **The work of the tool**:

For example, let us consider the following input values for the tool and the work of the tool:

Account Name: testaccount
Account Key: 1!@#$%^&*?
Container Name: videos
File Name: yourvideo
Block Size: 25 MB

Note: The tool is being executed from the application. The input values are specified when the application is being executed. The account name (name of account in which this application will be executed) and the account key (name of the account key which has access to the storage account) are defined as part of application settings of the Windows Forms application.

The application runs on a virtual machine. The input values are given as arguments to the executable (application) file, which is invoked.

The work of the tool is as follows:

1. Verify whether the connection to the Storage service is valid.
2. If the connection is valid then check whether the URI of the Storage

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This tool takes a list of files/folders (input file), uploads each file/folder to the Windows Azure Blob storage. The tool can be used to upload any file size, not just those bigger than 4GB. It works in a synchronous mode only (i.e. once started, it does not pause until completion). Any error and warnings are displayed to the user and the tool continues the upload from that particular position (by using the information stored in the uploadmetadata.xml). It maintains the current file position in the stream of the file. If it encounters any error or warning, it does not come to a complete halt. It will go ahead and upload only the blocks, which successfully uploads. If all the blocks upload successfully, then the tool ends the upload, however, if all the blocks fail, then the tool ends the upload and displays the reason.
This tool runs on the BOB cluster of the account. To ensure minimum downtime, it uses an alternate account and uploads to this alternate account.
The upload process is a 3-step process:
1. Uploading the metadata for the file/folder
2. Uploading the file/folder
3. Uploading the last part of the file/folder
The Uploading the metadata process:
An XML file is created, which contains information about the metadata of the file/folder. This process is similar to how the file uploading operation works, just that, the information being passed to the blob storage is the metadata, rather than the file data. It uses an alternate storage account, which means that the file is uploaded to this alternate account as well. The metadata file is uploaded in chunks of 1MB using the default HTTP REST API.
The steps are:
1. Create the file
2. Create the uploadmetadata.xml
3. Upload the file/folder metadata
4. Upload the metadata of the file/folder
The Uploading the file/folder process:
If the file size is smaller than 4GB, then it uploads the file in-place.
If the file is larger than 4GB then the file is uploaded to a new container with a blob name of ‘1’.
The file/folder is uploaded as chunks of 1MB, and the file/folder is not uploaded with any checksum. The size of the chunk is specified by the user, and the chunks are uploaded in a sequential manner.
The chunk size is based on the block size specified by the user

System Requirements:

Minimum Requirements:
OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Processor: Intel Dual Core 2.4GHz, AMD Dual Core 3.8GHz
Memory: 4GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560/AMD Radeon HD 7970 equivalent
Hard Drive: 10GB
Monitor: 1680×1050 resolution
Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card, 5.1 surround sound compatible speakers
Additional Notes: The game is rendered in DirectX 9.0c.

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