Azure Blob Storage

Get started with the Blob Storage target!

Connector Details

PlatformAzure Blob Storage
Auth TypeAPI Key
API versionN/A
Testing AccountAzure Account
Unified SchemaN/A

Connector Versions

Azure Blob Storagev1GASupports pushing data to Azure Blob Storage containers

Obtain Blob Storage credentials

For the Blob Storage target to work correctly, you need to create credentials in your Azure Console. hotglue currently supports two authentication options: Connection String or SAS Token.

Open your Azure Storage Account

Head to the Storage Accounts section in Azure


Open Storage Accounts section

Open the Storage Account you're using for hotglue.


Open relevant storage account

Option 1: Connection String

Head to the Access Keys section under this Storage Account, and select Show keys.


Get Connection string from Azure

From here, you will be able to copy the Connection string needed to access the Azure Blob Storage bucket you have created. Once you have and the container name, you can configure your Azure Blob Storage target! 🎉

Option 2: SAS Token

hotglue will manage generating SAS tokens in every job on your behalf. To do this, you will need to provide hotglue your Storage Account Name and Storage Account Key. These can be found on the Access keys section of your Storage Account, as pictured below:

Get Storage Account Name and Key

Get Storage Account Name and Key

Container path prefix

The path prefix is the path under which data will be uploaded. This field can include the following parameters:

{tenant}The user id this job is running for
{date}The current date formatted as YYYYMM
{flow_id}The flow id this job ran for
{env_id}The environment this job ran for
{job_id}The internal hotglue job id

For example, a valid container path prefix is data/invoices/{tenant}

Now you can put these credentials into hotglue:

Configured Azure Blob Storage target in hotglue

Configured Azure Blob Storage target in hotglue