Support HTTP/2 and SPDY
With all the major browsers behind http/2 and deployed spdy/3 (chrome/ff/IE11) please implement this for Azure Storage
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We really need the http/2 multiplexing feature to save number of connections.
We upload/download many small pieces of blobs. ARM endpoint supports that and works like a charm, the support on data plane is highly anticipated.
this would be very helpful for blazor webassembly apps.
Updates on this? Forcing us to use a CDN adds unnecessary costs
Steve Culshaw commented
Been a long while since this was requested ... any update on at least the "Under review" ?
Dimka M commented
Is there any update on this?
Today I saw a request to blob storage using HTTP2. It seems they are doing a trial.
Greg Lloyd commented
Also would be good to have on Application Gateways too
Greg Williams commented
App Service and CDN support it. No reason why Storage itself can't.
Andreas Warberg commented
Since this idea was raised browser support for HTTP/2 has increased a lot. The current figures are above 80 % global coverage according to https://caniuse.com/#feat=http2. Even IE11 has partial support now!
Would be great if gzip support could be added as part of this update!
Remco Huijser commented
I agree! We are doing a lot of small request from a VM to a storage account and are running into a limit in setting up the connections (file size is not really a big impact). With HTTP/2 this should be a lot more performant.