azurite

An open source Azure Storage API compatible server

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About this Image

Please refer to Azurite official GitHub repository for more information.

Azurite is an open source Azure Storage API compatible server (emulator). Based on Node.js, Azurite provides cross platform experiences for customers wanting to try Azure Storage easily in a local environment. Azurite simulates most of the commands supported by Azure Storage with minimal dependencies.

How to Use this Image

docker run -p 10000:10000 -p 10001:10001 -p 10002:10002 mcr.microsoft.com/azure-storage/azurite

-p 10000:10000 will expose blob service's default listening port. -p 10001:10001 will expose queue service's default listening port. -p 10002:10002 will expose table service's default listening port.

Just run blob service:

docker run -p 10000:10000 mcr.microsoft.com/azure-storage/azurite azurite-blob --blobHost 0.0.0.0

Run Azurite V3 docker image with customized persisted data location

docker run -p 10000:10000 -p 10001:10001 -p 10002:10002 -v c:/azurite:/data mcr.microsoft.com/azure-storage/azurite

-v c:/azurite:/data will use and map host path c:/azurite as Azurite's workspace location.

Customize Azurite V3 supported parameters for docker image

docker run -p 7777:7777 -p 8888:8888 -p 9999:9999 -v c:/azurite:/workspace mcr.microsoft.com/azure-storage/azurite azurite -l /workspace -d /workspace/debug.log --blobPort 7777 --blobHost 0.0.0.0 --queuePort 8888 --queueHost 0.0.0.0 --tablePort 9999 --tableHost 0.0.0.0 --loose --skipApiVersionCheck

Above command will try to start Azurite image with configurations:

-l //workspace defines folder /workspace as Azurite's location path inside docker instance, while /workspace is mapped to c:/azurite in host environment by -v c:/azurite:/workspace

-d //workspace/debug.log enables debug log into /workspace/debug.log inside docker instance. debug.log will also mapped to c:/azurite/debug.log in host machine because of docker volume mapping.

--blobPort 7777 makes Azurite blob service listen to port 7777, while -p 7777:7777 redirects requests from host machine's port 7777 to docker instance.

--blobHost 0.0.0.0 defines blob service listening endpoint to accept requests from host machine.

--queuePort 8888 makes Azurite queue service listen to port 8888, while -p 8888:8888 redirects requests from host machine's port 8888 to docker instance.

--queueHost 0.0.0.0 defines queue service listening endpoint to accept requests from host machine.

--tablePort 9999 makes Azurite table service listen to port 9999, while -p 9999:9999 redirects requests from host machine's port 9999 to docker instance.

--tableHost 0.0.0.0 defines table service listening endpoint to accept requests from host machine.

--loose enables loose mode which ignore unsupported headers and parameters.

--skipApiVersionCheck skip the request API version check.

If you use customized azurite paramters for docker image, --blobHost 0.0.0.0, --queueHost 0.0.0.0 are required parameters.

In above sample, you need to use double first forward slash for location and debug path parameters to avoid a known issue for Git on Windows.

Please refer to this document for More supported parameters like HTTPS or OAuth.

Documentation

Please refer to this document.

Known Issues

Please go to Azurite GitHub repository issues for known issues.

Feedback

Please go to Azurite GitHub repository issues for any feedbacks.

License

This project is licensed under MIT.