Working With Files In Azure Cloud Shell

Melissa Coates shows us how to export a Power BI report to Azure using Azure Cloud Shell:

Cloud Shell is a lightweight way to run scripts using either Bash or PowerShell. You can run scripts in a browser using the Azure portal or shell.azure.com, with the Azure mobile app, or using the VS Code Azure Account extension. If you have seen the “Try it now” links in Azure documentation pages, that will direct you to use Cloud Shell.

The rest of this post focuses on using PowerShell with Cloud Shell.

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