Both, Linux and Windows, Cloud Shell(s) are frequently updated with new preinstalled tools. To get a list of those tools and their versions we need to consult the docs. If would be much easier and efficient to get that info directly in the Cloud Shell session. For example, in PowerShell Cloud Shell, one could run Get-CloudShellTool and get tools' info. Similar command could be added to Linux as well.40 votes
This is a great suggestion, we’ll look into it – in the meantime please upvote to help us prioritize appropriately!
Using tab completion feels very slow sometimes and may lock the shell for a few seconds (3-10). Tab completion is an essential tool for me to work with speed and not having to remember every command (discovering new functionality too).
Due to its varying reliability i find myself going back to my local install a lot.9 votes
Thanks for the feedback, at this moment we need more input to look into this! We’re regularly sync with the AZ CLI team to make sure performance is great on all fronts, but providing votes helps us prioritize our resources appropriately so please cast votes across ideas you feel are important to you!
We need PowerBI CLI installed on the CloudShell:
Install with: npm install powerbi-cli -g
Currently the install command gives errors5 votes
[Tooling request] Need more user votes
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