Azure storage accounts provide low-cost and high-availability data services. The primary way to access these data services is using REST APIs. For your business' custom REST APIs, you may already be comfortable with using Postman to test, debug and monitor them. It would be convenient if you could stay inside Postman to also interact with your Azure storage account, perhaps to make end to end testing easier or share requests with your team members.
In this guide, you will learn how to use Postman to interact with your storage account. You will set up authentication and then query storage tables and storage blobs. This guide builds on a previous guide, Set Up Postman and Automatically Add Bearer Tokens.
As demonstrated, you can use shared keys from inside Postman to query Azure storage account resources such as blobs and tables. This can be helpful for performing end-to-end API testing. You can run Postman requests on your custom APIs and verify everything is working by querying the storage account.