This blog walks you through how you can leverage both Azure Blob storage and Azure SQL simultaneously by building a relationship between the two.
My video walks you through a step-by-step instruction on how this works. However, I've recommended you watch the first 12:45 of Shane Young's video first since he walks you through how to create the Azure Blog storage service. --> powerapps azure blob storage connector
Here's the SQL Query that to build your Azure SQL Table. You can add a different name to your table if you wish.
CREATE TABLE AzureBlobStorageDemo(
ID int IDENTITY (1,1) PRIMARY KEY, FileName nvarchar(100) NULL,