Version profiles provide a mechanism for managing powershell cmdlets that
    target specific versions of azure services supported in different instances
    of Azure.
    Different concrete instances of Azure (AzureCloud, AzureChinaCloud,
    AzureGermanCloud, AzureUSGovernmentCloud, AzureStack) may have different
    versions of Azure services installed, with different capabilities. Azure
    Version Profiles provide a mechanism for managing these version differences.
    Each Azure instance has a discoverable set of supported version profiles.
    A user can select a version profile supported by the instances of Azure they
     target, and this version profile corresponds to versions of the Azure
    PowerShell modules. Users can then select these Azure PowerShell module
    versions and be confident that their scripts will work when targeting those
    Azure instances.
    The Az.Bootstrapper module provides cmdlets to discover, acquire, and
    use modules that are appropriate for the azure version profile you are targeting.
    You can also use Tags in the Az modules to discover profile information
     for each module version.
    Tags for a Profile use the form VersionProfile:2019-03-01-hybrid
    The Az bootstrapper module uses the PowerShell Gallery to install and
    load needed modules when you want to target a specific version profile.
Finding appropriate version profiles
    Use the Get-AzApiProfile cmdlet to discover available profile versions,
    and profile versions supported by an Azure instance.
    Get-AzApiProfile -ListAvailable
    lists all available version profiles.
    Use-AzProfile -Profile 2019-03-01-hybrid
    Installs and loads cmdlets for one of the listed profiles.
Targeting all Azure Instances
    Lists the profiles that are currently installed on the machine.
    Use-AzProfile -Profile 2019-03-01-hybrid
    Installs and loads cmdlets compatible with one of the listed profiles.
Targeting the Latest Stable Features
    Use-AzProfile -Profile Latest
    Installs and loads the latest published cmdlets for Azure PowerShell.
Acquiring and Loading All Azure modules using the BootStrapper
    Use-AzProfile -Profile '2019-03-01-hybrid' -Force
    Checks if modules compatible with the '2019-03-01-hybrid' profile are
    installed in the current scope, downloads and installs the modules if
    necessary, and then loads the modules in the current session. You must
    open a new PowerShell session to target a different version profile. Using
    the 'Force' parameter installs the necessary modules without prompting.
Acquiring and Loading Selected Azure modules using the Bootstrapper
    Use-AzProfile -Profile '2019-03-01-hybrid' -Module Az.Compute
    Checks if an Az.Compute module compatible with the
    '2019-03-01-hybrid' profile is installed in the current scope, downloads
    and installs the module if necessary, and then loads the module in the
    current session. You must open a new PowerShell session to target a
    different module.
Switching Between Version Profiles
    To switch between version profiles on a machine, in a new PowerShell window,
     execute the following cmdlet:
    Use-AzProfile -Profile '2019-03-01-hybrid'
    This loads the modules associated with the '2019-03-01-hybrid' profile in
    the current session. You must open a new PowerShell session to target a
    different version profile.
Updating and Removing Profiles
    To update a profile to the latest versions in that profile and import
    updated modules to the current session, execute the following cmdlet:
    Update-AzProfile -Profile 'latest'
    This checks if the latest versions of Azure PowerShell modules are
    installed, if not prompts the user if they should be installed and imports
    them into the current session. This should always be executed in a new
    PowerShell session.
    If you would like to update to the latest modules in a Profile and remove
    previously installed versions of the modules, use:
    Update-AzProfile -Profile 'latest' -RemovePreviousVersions
Setting and Removing Default Profiles
    To set or update a profile as a default to be used with all Azure PowerShell
     modules, execute the following cmdlet:
    Set-AzDefaultProfile -Profile '2019-03-01-hybrid'
    The default profile selection is persisted across shells and sessions.
    After default profile is set using the above cmdlet, the 'Import-Module'
    when used with Az modules will automatically load Azure PowerShell
    modules compatible with the given profile. You may also use API version
    profile cmdlets without the '-profile' parameter.
    Import-Module Az.Compute
    To remove a default profile from all sessions and shells, execute the
    following cmdlet: