In this tutorial, you'll sign up for a free trial account and run your report using a reporting service. You'll need to provide an existing report. You'll also get to perform a few more management tasks so you can gain familiarity with SQL Reporting in the management portal.
This getting started guide is designed to help you understand how to author and publish reports to a SQL Reporting service.
This popular article covers best practices and important limitations you'll need to keep in mind when you use SQL Reporting.
This article for application developers covers deploying a report server project to SQL Reporting, integrating reports hosted by SQL Reporting, and developing management tools to run against SQL Reporting.
After you sign up for SQL Reporting and create a report, this article can help you run the report you created.
To create reports you can use in SQL Reporting, download the SQL Server Data Tools.
Another option you can use to author reports, Report Builder provides a productive report-authoring environment for IT professionals and power users.
Practical information to help you get the most out of SQL Reporting.