You plan to migrate data to Azure.
The IT department at your company identifies the following requirements:
✑ The storage must support 1 PB of data.
✑ The data must be stored in blob storage.
✑ The storage must support three levels of subfolders.
✑ The storage must support access control lists (ACLs).
You need to meet the requirements.
What should you use?
A . a premium storage account that is configured for block blobs
B. a general purpose v2 storage account that has hierarchical namespace enabled
C. a premium storage account that is configured for page blobs
D. a premium storage account that is configured for files shares and supports large file shares
Microsoft recommends that you use a GPv2 storage account for most scenarios. It supports up to 5 PB, and blob storage including Data Lake storage.
Note: A key mechanism that allows Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 to provide file system performance at object storage scale and prices is the addition of a hierarchical namespace. This allows the collection of objects/files within an account to be organized into a hierarchy of directories and nested subdirectories in the same way that the file system on your computer is organized. With a hierarchical namespace enabled, a storage account becomes capable of providing the scalability and cost-effectiveness of object storage, with file system semantics that are familiar to analytics engines and frameworks.