Suppose you want to upload an image into the bucket:
Right-click the image and save it somewhere on your computer, such as on the desktop.
Note: If you are using Cloud Shell or a Compute Engine instance, download the image using wget https://cloud.google.com/storage/images/kitten.png.
Use the gsutil cp command to copy the image from the location where you saved it to the bucket you created:
gsutil cp Desktop/kitten.png gs://my-awesome-bucket
If successful, the command returns:
Copying file://Desktop/kitten.png [Content-Type=image/png]...
Uploading gs://my-awesome-bucket/kitten.png: 0 B/164.3 KiB
Uploading gs://my-awesome-bucket/kitten.png: 164.3 KiB/164.3 KiB
You've just stored an object in your bucket.
Hope it works!!
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