-> Creating a Storage Account,
-> Once the Storage account is deployed. Click on Resources and then click on your Storage that we deployed just now. It is jbsqlbackups in my case,
-> Click on Containers and add a new container.
-> Click on Access Keys and track down your Storage Account Name and the Keys,
-> Open SQL Server Management Studio and try a backup,
-> Lets connect to the Azure storage and check the backup file,
-> Copy the Access key that was noted earlier and paste it connect to the Azure Storage,
-> Lets try restoring the database,
-> Click on OK and you will get the below screen. Select the backup that you ant to restore,
-> The database is restored and ready for use.
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