In order to work with data in Microsoft Fabric, you first need to get data into it. There are several ways to do this. One way is to manually upload files or folders from your local drive into a Fabric lakehouse. In this tutorial, we will explain step-by-step how to upload files into a Fabric lakehouse.

Step 1: Open Data Engineering Experience

We have already signed in to Fabric and opened the Data Engineering Experience. We have selected the workspace "dlnerds_workspace".

Here you can see the Data Engineering Experience.

Step 2: Open Lakehouse Explorer

We have already created the lakehouse "dlnerds_lakehouse". Check out the following post if you want to know how to create a lakehouse.

How to create a Lakehouse in Microsoft Fabric: A Step-by-Step Guide
Introduction Microsoft Fabric is a powerful All-in-One Data Platform (SaaS) in the Azure Cloud that combines various Azure components to cover the fields of Data Integration, Data Engineering, Data Science and Business Intelligence. One key component of the Microsoft Fabric architecture is the Lakehouse. In this tutorial, we will explain

We select the lakehouse and switch to the Lakehouse Explorer.

Step 3: Upload File from Local Drive

Now, let's upload a file from a local drive. Files can be easily uploaded in the Lakehouse Explorer.

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