Modulenotfounderror: no module named azure error occurs when azure python package is not installed or its path is not set properly. Typically some time we forget to install all the dependencies required to install any application and when we run the same we get a similar type of Modulenotfounderror. In this article, we will cover different methods for installing azure SDK python module. Let’s start-
Modulenotfounderror: no module named azure :
Actually, azure python SDK facilitates an API interface to Azure cloud. We can easily perform cloud-related automation with python azure SDK. There are multiple ways to install AZURE SDK.
Solution 1: Installing azure using Pip package manager –
Let’s try this out.
pip install azure
The above command will install the latest version of azure module. If you want to be version specific you can try it like below.
pip install azure==version
Here we can provide any compatible version of azure python SDK.
Solution 2: Installing azure using Conda Package Manager –
We can use conda manager if Anaconda is installed in the system. Typically Anaconda is a data science package distribution that provide IDE and packages in one bundle. You can try the below command to install azure Python Library.
conda install -c anaconda azure
Solution 3: Path Related check –
If after trying above two solutions, We are able to fix the same error. Then probably, It is due to path settings. Then we need to set the path for AZURE Python SDK. We can set up the python path at run time with the below code addition in the current script.
sys.path.append('Put here azure SDK path')
Even after we are not able to fix the error. Then probably it is due to python installation. We need to reinstall the python and then retry the above-mentioned solution 1 and solution 2. This will surely fix up the error.
Data Science Learner Team
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