In my previous articles, we covered blob, table, and file storage details as well as the overall Azure Storage Service architecture. Now it’s time to take a look at one other Azure storage option – queue storage.
Before digging into the details of Azure Queue storage, let me give you a basic overview of why queue data structure is important in the development world.
Queue data structure
In programming languages, stacks and queues are two different data structures to manipulate large collections of objects. Think of these data structures as a collection of items. The main differences between these collections are the following principles.