Login to the Microsoft Azure Portal and in the Dashboard pane click on the SQL Azure server that you want to get information from: Then in the SQL Azure server menu choose the Firewall/Virtual Networks options. This will open a new right pane with the allowed IPs. If yours is not present then add it.
To get a connection string in the Azure portal, follow these steps: Navigate to your storage account in the Azure portal. In the Security + networking section, locate the Access
To create a new Azure storage account, type the following command in the Azure PowerShell command prompt: New-AzureStorageAccount -ResourceGroupName "RSGroup1" -Name "MyStorageAccountName2" -location "West US" -AccountType "Standard_GRS". Note the -Location and -AccountType parameters used in the above command.
custom_domain supports the following: name - The Custom Domain Name used for the Storage Account. identity supports the following: type - The type of Managed Service Identity that is configured on this Storage Account. identity_ids - A list of User Assigned Managed Identity IDs assigned with the Identity of this Storage Account.
Connect to your Azurestorageaccount. Select the connection type: shared access signature (SAS) URI. Provide a meaningful name for the connection. When you're prompted, provide the SAS URI. Review and verify the connection details, and then select Connect. When you've added a connection, it appears in the resource tree as a new node.