Microsoft Azure Container Volume Connection

The Microsoft Azure Container Volume connection type enables the Azure Container Volume Integrations.

Authenticating to Azure Container Volume

There are four ways to connect to Azure Container Volume using Airflow.

  1. Use token credentials i.e. add specific credentials (client_id, secret) and subscription id to the Airflow connection.

  2. Use a Connection String i.e. add connection string to extra__azure_container_volume__connection_string in the Airflow connection.

Only one authorization method can be used at a time. If you need to manage multiple credentials or keys then you should configure multiple connections.

Default Connection IDs

All hooks and operators related to Azure Container Volume use azure_container_volume_default by default.

Configuring the Connection

Login (optional)

Specify the login used for azure blob storage. For use with Shared Key Credential and SAS Token authentication.

Password (optional)

Specify the password used for azure blob storage. For use with Active Directory (token credential) and shared key authentication.

Host (optional)

Specify the account url for anonymous public read, Active Directory, shared access key authentication.

Extra (optional)

Specify the extra parameters (as json dictionary) that can be used in Azure connection. The following parameters are all optional:

  • extra__azure_container_volume__connection_string: Connection string for use with connection string authentication.

When specifying the connection in environment variable you should specify it using URI syntax.

Note that all components of the URI should be URL-encoded.

For example connect with token credentials:

export AIRFLOW_CONN_WASP_DEFAULT='azure_container_volume://'

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