Cloud Storage Manager Installation Guide
Your Azure Blob Storage growing out of control?
Have trouble working out the sizes of each Azure Storage Container and how many Blobs it contains?
Cloud Storage Manager will scan your Azure environment and provide you with analytics to understand your Azure Storage consumption.
Operating System Versions
Microsoft Windows 10, Microsoft Windows 2016 / 2019 Server
IE Enhanced Security
Internet Explorer Enhanced Security must be disabled for Cloud Storage Manager to work with Azure AD and MultiFactor Authentication
Disk Space Required for Installation
The amount of free disk space required for Cloud Storage Manager will depend on the version you require.
Lite Version approx 5GB of free space. Advanced Version approx 10GB of free space. Enterprise Version 50Gb of more.
Azure Permissions – Required for Cloud Storage Manager to access your Azure Environments
We advise to assign the account you will use for Cloud Storage Manager to access your Azure environment to be a Contributor role for each subscription. However as a minimum the account will need to be assigned the Storage Account Contributor and Virtual Machine Contributor roles within each Azure Subscription.
Database size is limited to a maximum of 5MB.
Typically for small or personal environments usually consisting of 3 or less Azure Subscriptions and consuming under 30TB of Azure Blob Storage.
Database size is limited to a maximum of 1GB.
For medium sized environments typically consisting of less than 10 Azure Subscriptions and consuming under 500TB of Azure Blob Storage.
Unlimited database size.
For use in large environments typically consisting of more than 10 Subscriptions and consuming more than 1PB of Azure Blob Storage.
Cloud Storage Manager is licensed based on the size of it’s database which includes information of each of your Azure Subscriptions, Azure Storage Accounts, Containers and finally each Blob.
Each version has the same great functions including scheduled scans of your Azure Storage and reporting.