Nowadays, I’m greatly passing the time with Visual Studio Code. I’m a huge fan of Visual Studio code. As you know, Azure Cloud Shell was published a years ago by Microsoft. When the Azure Cloud Shell announced a years ago, I had given a webcast. You can watch that webcast on this link. Azure Cloud Shell has been giving a chance to managing your Azure Resources on web-based support shell. It is supporting Bash and Powershell. In this context, you will be able to manage your resource web-based and you do not need to configure PowerShell module and version. In this article, I’m going to share with you useful feature which is Azure Cloud Shell on Visual Studio Code.