The error message you received, “ModuleNotFoundError: No module named azure identity,” indicates that the Python module named “azure.identity” is not installed or cannot be found in your Python environment.
To resolve this issue, you need to install the “azure-identity” module. You can do this by following these steps:
Step #1 Install the “azure-identity” module by running the following command:
pip3 install azure-identity
This command will download and install the “azure-identity” module and its dependencies.
After successfully installing the “azure-identity” module, you should be able to import it into your Python code without encountering the “ModuleNotFoundError” exception. Make sure to include the import statement at the beginning of your Python script:
Step #2 Make sure to include the import statement at the beginning of your Python script:
# This is an example from azure.identity import DefaultAzureCredential
Please note that you may need to install additional Azure-related modules depending on your specific requirements.
If the import statement executes without any errors, it means the module has been successfully installed and can be used in your code.
Please note that the specific Azure services you intend to use may require additional modules. The “azure.identity” module is a package, and depending on your requirements, you may need to install additional packages for specific Azure services. You can refer to the Azure documentation for the specific services you are working with to determine any additional dependencies.
If you still encounter the same error after following these steps, please provide more details about your environment, such as the version of Python you’re using and any additional error messages, so I can assist you further.