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re: You can have two output bindings.. I would say though that your second scenario is what I would do.

Hi Chris,

Thanks for the response...I appreciate it. On a seperate topic, have spend quite a fair amount of time on R&D with regards to Azure Index Service, but I am quite interested in how you would utilise Azure Storage. In particular, if I have a bunch of image thumbnails which I have created using a resizer function in Azure...how do I serve these to my web application?

I currently have an onprem application that serves them from a server disk...would I just use the thumbnail URI generated from Azure when it is stored? And if so, how could I use a custom domain for them i.e. myapplication.com/thumbnail/{id}

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