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Is it possible to find ingress and egress data of blob containers from storage accounts using powershell? if yes, please help me with the procedure.

Is it possible to find ingress and egress data of blob containers from storage accounts using powershell? If yes, please help me with the procedure. If any other way also very helpful.

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@KarthikDuggani-4471
Unfortunately this is still not possible. Metrics for storage are at the account level or service level. It is not possible at this time to view the metrics for an individual container. You can view more information about the supported Metrics here.

For product feedback and feature requests I will refer you to our feedback forum. This allows the community to add their voice and upvote popular ideas. The forums are monitored and responded to by our product teams.
https://feedback.azure.com/forums/217298-storage



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