Hosting persistent data (SessionSync) on Azure Blob storage

 

  1. Create a storage account dedicated to Cameyo's persistent data. It does not matter how it is named. It is recommended to set the location close to your Cameyo servers. A general-purpose StorageV2 storage account is recommended.
  2. Create an account-level Shared Access Signature (SAS) URL for this account with all permissions. Make sure it will not expire (or at least not anytime soon).
  3. Within this storage, create a container named "cameyo-[accountId]", replacing [accountId] with your Cameyo's account ID. It should look something like: "cameyo-1edc4132-767f-44c2-a502-537138b1b725" (all lower case).
  4. Communicate the SAS URL produced in step 2 to Cameyo's technical team via support@cameyo.com with subject "Azure SessionSync hosting".
  5. Make sure SessionSync is enabled in your portal configuration and test the result by launching a user session. Your Azure storage should look like this: