Creating Azure Queue Storage

 Creating Azure Queue Storage involves setting up a storage account and then creating one or more queues within that account. Below are the steps to create Azure Queue Storage:


  1. An active Azure subscription.

Steps to Create Azure Queue Storage:

  1. Sign in to Azure Portal: Open a web browser and navigate to Sign in with your Azure account.
  2. Create a New Storage Account:
    • Click on the "+ Create a resource" button on the Azure portal dashboard.
    • In the search box, type "Storage account" and press Enter.
    • Click on "Storage account - blob, file, table, queue."
  3. Configure the Storage Account Settings:
    • Basics:
      • Subscription: Choose your Azure subscription.
      • Resource group: Create a new one or use an existing resource group.
      • Storage account name: Enter a unique name for your storage account (lowercase letters, numbers, and hyphens only).
      • Region: Choose the geographic region where you want to create the storage account.
      • Performance: Select either Standard or Premium, based on your needs.
      • Replication: Choose the replication option that suits your data redundancy and availability requirements (e.g., Locally Redundant Storage (LRS), Geo-Redundant Storage (GRS), etc.).
    • Advanced:
      • Data Lake Storage Gen2: Leave this option as "Disabled" unless you specifically need Data Lake Storage features.
    • Networking and Data protection: Configure the networking and data protection options based on your requirements. The default settings are suitable for many scenarios.
  4. Tags (Optional): Add tags to your resource for better organization and management if desired.
  5. Review + Create: Review the settings you've configured, and then click the "Review + Create" button.
  6. Review and Validation: Azure will perform a validation check to ensure that the settings are valid. If everything looks good, click the "Create" button.
  7. Deployment: Azure will now deploy your storage account. This process may take a few moments. You can monitor the deployment progress on the Azure portal.
  8. Deployment Complete: Once the deployment is complete, you will receive a notification. You can then go to your newly created storage account.
  9. Create an Azure Queue:
    • Inside your storage account, navigate to the "Queues" section.
    • Click on the "+ Queue" button to create a new queue.
    • Provide a unique name for your queue.

That's it! You've successfully created Azure Queue Storage and set up a queue within it. You can now start using this queue to send and receive messages for your asynchronous communication needs. Remember that Azure Queue Storage is suitable for building scalable and decoupled applications where components can communicate asynchronously and handle messages as needed.


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