As an systems administrator; PowerShell is my tool of choice to perform job functions. However, reviewing all the steps necessary to connect to Azure storage and all the steps to remove/delete a single file seemed to take more time than it’s worth.
I wanted to just find a way to explore and zap the file I wanted to save storage space (and cost.)
Here is the answer, Azure Explorer by Cerebrata. http://www.cerebrata.com/products/azure-explorer/introduction
Cerebrata has a great other great Azure tools for purchase.
This free, tool set was exactly what I needed. I simply configured Azure explorer with my storage key, and poof! I was connected to my Azure Storage with a view like Windows Explorer.
I was able to right click and remove the file. Bonus: Within my backup folder, I was able to download and archive backups to save storage and $$.
I recommend this tool if you are using Azure and leveraging Azure storage as an efficient way to map and work with blob storage.
Here is the link to Cerebrata’s site for the tool. http://www.cerebrata.com/products/azure-explorer/introduction
~ Tony Maddin ~