We are pleased to announce that we have made an Azure Logic Apps template available to expire old blobs. To set up this automated solution in your environment: Create a new Logic Apps instance, select the “Delete old Azure blobs” template, customize and run. We will release a blog post detailing instructions and providing more templates in the coming weeks.
Allowing users to define expiration policies on blobs natively from storage is still planned for the coming year. As soon as we have progress to share, we will do so. We will continue to provide updates at least once per quarter.
For any further questions, or to discuss your specific scenario, send us an email at email@example.com.
Static websites is planned for the coming year! This feature will include more detailed error messages as well as support for a default Storage Blob. As soon as we have updates to share on Static Websites we will do so. For any further questions, or to discuss your specific scenario, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Chris Love commented
Can't believe it has taken this long. I moved everything to AWS last year and this was a big reason why. CloudFront + S3 and Free SSL make for a great Progressive Web App platform. Glad to see you are finally making some progress. PLEASE do not make it difficult to setup. AWS is super simple.