Azure Direct Upload V1 Template (Recommended)

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The Azure direct (or eventual-less) template allows direct uploading to Azure, bypassing the eventual upload mechanism. For more information, see Direct (Eventual-less) versus Eventual Upload Mechanism.

The following example shows a template modified to support Azure direct upload.

<config version="3">
    <chain template="azure-blob-storage-direct"/>
    <provider type="cache-fs" id="cache-fs">
        <cacheProviderDir>/var/opt/jfrog/artifactory/data/cache</cacheProviderDir> 
        <maxCacheSize>10000000000</maxCacheSize>
    </provider>
    <provider id="azure-blob-storage" type="azure-blob-storage">
        <accountName>myaccount</accountName>
        <accountKey>somekey</accountKey>
        <endpoint>https://artifactoryhaprod.blob.core.windows.net/</endpoint>
        <containerName>mycontainer</containerName> 
        <multiPartLimit>256000000</multiPartLimit>
        <multipartElementSize>100000000</multipartElementSize>
    </provider>   
</config>

What's in the template?

The following snippet shows the default chain that uses azure-blob-storage-direct as the binary provider:

<config version="1">
    <chain> <!-- template="azure-blob-storage-direct" -->
        <provider id="cache-fs" type="cache-fs">
            <provider id="azure-blob-storage" type="azure-blob-storage"/>
        </provider>
    </chain>
</config>

For details about the cache-fs provider, see Cached Filesystem Binary Provider.