This project provides a Ruby gem for easy access to the Azure ARM Storage API. With this gem you can create/update/list/delete storage accounts. Usage operation aren't supported yet.
Supported Ruby Versions
- Ruby 2+
Note: x64 Ruby for Windows is known to have some compatibility issues.
Setting up the service principal
First of all to start interacting with the ARM resources you will need to setup a service principal. Service principal is an Azure application which allows you to authenticate to Azure and access Azure services. The detailed steps of how to setup a service principal can be found in this article: http://aka.ms/cli-service-principal. In the result of setting up service principal you will get tenant id, client id and client secret data.
install the appropriate gem:
gem install azure_mgmt_storage
and reference it in your code:
After that you should be ready to start using SDK!
# Create authentication objects token_provider = MsRestAzure::ApplicationTokenProvider.new(tenant_id, client_id, secret) credentials = MsRest::TokenCredentials.new(token_provider)
To get tenant_id, client_id and secret for your Azure application visit Azure portal or copy them from the powershell script from the article mentioned above.
Creating storage account
# Create a client - a point of access to the API and set the subscription id client = Azure::ARM::Storage::StorageManagementClient.new(credentials) client.subscription_id = subscription_id # Create a model for new storage account. props = Models::StorageAccountPropertiesCreateParameters.new params = Models::StorageAccountCreateParameters.new params.properties = props params.location = 'westus' sku = Models::Sku.new sku.name = 'Standard_LRS' params.sku = sku params.kind = Models::Kind::Storage promise = client.storage_accounts.create('some_existing_resource_group', 'newstorageaccount', params)
The SDK method returns a promise which you can utilize depending on your needs. E.g. if you need to get result immediately via sync blocking call - do the following:
result = promise.value!
If you need to follow async flow - provide a block which will be executed in off main thread:
promise = promise.then do |result| # Handle the result end
In both cases you're returned an instance of MsRestAzure::AzureOperationResponse which contains HTTP requests/response objects and response body. Response body is a deserialized object representing the received information. In case of code above - newly created storage account. To get data from it:
storage_account = result.body p storage_account.location p storage_account.sku.name
Congrats, you've create new storage account. We encourage you to try more stuff and let us know your feedback! For advanced SDK usage please reference to the spec file storage_management_spec.rb.