FYI, this is now available in FileUltimate v5.11.0
Added: Azure Blob File System. You can now use an Azure Blob container like a regular folder on disk.
To create a root folder pointing to an Azure Blob container, you set the Location property like this:
rootFolder.Location = new AzureBlobLocation
//Leave path empty to connect to the root of the container.
//For subfolders, path should be specified as a relative path
//without leading slash (eg. "some/folder")
Path = "",
//Get these values from your Azure Portal (Storage Account -> Access Keys -> Connection String)
Container = "myContainerName",
AccountName = "myAccountName",
AccountKey = "myAccountKey",
//These are the default values, usually you don't need to set/change them
UseHttps = true,
EndpointSuffix = "core.windows.net"