When storage diagnostics is enabled, show a link or connection info to access the logs.1 vote
Thanks for your feedback! To clarify, are you looking for a way to view logs in the Portal? If so, viewing logs via the Portal is on our backlog. In the meantime, please check out our Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer which offers this feature www.storageexplorer.com
Ability to sort entries in storage account. It is currently not possible to sort entries in the storage account.
It is currently not possible to sort entries in the storage container. Always the last entry is shown first ans you must every time scroll down and click to Show the next page. It would be better to Show the last entry at first7 votes
Thanks for your feedback! Adding a sort feature to the portal is on our backlog. However, this feature has been completed in the Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer http://storageexplorer.com/. Please let us know if we’ve understood your request correctly.
Allow monitoring and alerting for IOpS consumption for Storage Accounts and individual BLOBS.
There are capacity limits in Azure for these items but no meaningful way to measure them.16 votes
We now offer a “Usage” blade that allows you to view capacity for the blob portion of a Storage account. We also offer alert rules for blob capacity and total requests as well. There are no plans to extend this to individual blobs at this time, but this is something we will look into periodically. Thanks for your feedback!
If i want to see the last page in Storage > ... > Containers i have to click "next" 30 times.
Please add an "go to last page" or so i can write a number to go to.
Perhaps I am missing something but it looks like there could be some circular logic as I explore storage I can explore more storage and loop around to the storage I am exploring.
That and I cannot seem to explore into containers just at the root. So what is inside the containers does not appear to be surfaced.2 votes
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