Most folks aren’t aware of how powerful the Azure platform really is. As I’ve been presenting topics on Azure, I’ve had many people say, “How did you do that?” So I’ll be documenting my tips and tricks for Azure in these posts.
The Complete List of Azure Tips and Tricks
Access and embed Azure Cloud Shell Anywhere
I’ve discussed at great lengths many aspects of Azure Cloud Shell. Some of my recent posts include :
- Access Cloud Shell from within Microsoft Docs
- Demystifying storage in Cloud Shell
- Generate SSH public key to log into Linux VM with Cloud Shell
- Underlying Software in Azure Cloud Shell
- Use PowerShell with Azure Cloud Shell
Today, I’d like to discuss the new functionality with Azure Cloud Shell, which allows you to spin up a shell in your browser by simply going to shell.azure.com.
Keep in mind that this is the same Cloud Shell you know and love, it is just easily accessible anywhere you have a browser.
Jump to the PowerShell or BASH instance
You can also specify which instance of Cloud Shell you wish to launch (ex. PowerShell or BASH) by modifying the URL.
- shell.azure.com/powershell which will launch a PowerShell instance
- shell.azure.com/bash which will launch a BASH instance
Embed Cloud Shell
According to the docs, you can easily embed this into Markdown or a Pop-up.
Want more Azure Tips and Tricks?
If you’d like to learn more Azure Tips and Tricks, then follow me on twitter or stay tuned to this blog! I’d also love to hear your tips and tricks for working in Azure, just leave a comment below.