How to Copy data from Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Storage to Microsoft Azure Storage Block Blob@20aman Mar 25, 2021
Copying from Google Cloud to Microsoft Azure has been a challenge that Microsoft has addressed in the latest release of AzCopy. Via the latest release i.e. v10.9.0, Microsoft has brought the capabilities importing from Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Storage to Microsoft Azure Storage Block Blob. Additionally, this latest release will also have support for scanning logs that can have low or high output based on the requirements. Tags will be preserved when copying the blobs and the list command will include "Last Modified Time" related information.
General syntax to copy is as shown below:
azcopy copy 'https://storage.cloud.google.com/<bucket-name>/<object-name>' 'https://<storage-account-name>.blob.core.windows.net/<container-name>/<blob-name>'
An example is as below:
azcopy copy 'https://storage.cloud.google.com/mybucket/myobject' 'https://mystorageaccount.blob.core.windows.net/mycontainer/myblob'
This feature is currently in preview at the time of writing of this blog. You can read more about how to practically use AzCopy to copy form the GCP Storage to Microsoft Azure Storage block blob here: Copy data from Google Cloud Storage to Azure Storage by using AzCopy.