Azure Tables are cheaper ways of storing large volumes of structured data. When used correctly, Azure Tables are extremely scalable and faster ways of storing and retrieving the data. The data stored in the Table storage does not have a fixed schema (like a table in a standard database). Instead, the entities are schema-less and flexible. Each of the columns can be better thought of as a name or a value pair. It is possible to store multiple entities in the same table that uses different properties.
Azure Table storage can be accessed in the same way as explained in Chapter 4, Using Azure Queues in Silverlight. The Table service is exposed through a REST API, and can be accessed directly or with the Windows Azure storage client library.
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