Microsoft Azure Blob Storage
Creating a Storage Account in Azure
First, you'll need to create a Resource Group in Azure by hitting the Create button. Once you give it a name, you'll be ready to proceed to the next step.
Under Storage Accounts in Azure, hit the Create button to create a new account.
You'll need to give it a name as well, and assign it to the resource group you just created.
Go to Access Keys under Security + Networking to retrieve the key for your account.
Under Storage Browser, click Blob Containers, and then Add Container to create a container. You can also create folders within that container, if desired.
Transferring the data from Runpod
Go to the your pod under My Pods, and click Cloud Sync and select Azure Blob Storage, and Copy to Azure Blob Storage.
Enter your account name, account key, and desired path, and click Copy to Azure Blob Storage.
Once you hit Copy, your pod contents should begin copying over.
Updated about 1 month ago