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Deploying to Azure Cloud

Posted: 2019-09-15T16:28:21-07:00
by aaronpaul
I am building a solution for one of my clients. It is a cloud based solution in Python. I've been trying to figure out the best way to deploy this solution. We are using Wand to convert PDF files to PNG in order to pass it to an OCR.
From all of my research, it seems that ImageMagick is only usable locally, but that seems extremely limiting. Is there any means by which this dependency can be made available to Wand in a cloud environment?

Re: Deploying to Azure Cloud

Posted: 2019-09-16T04:09:30-07:00
by magick
Deploy a VM in your Cloud that includes a dependency on the ImageMagick development package/RPM and utilize in the VM environment. Other options include a Cloud-based image processing service such as https://www.blitline.com, Google's Firebase Cloud Functions, or Web Apps in Azure.

Re: Deploying to Azure Cloud

Posted: 2019-09-16T09:13:06-07:00
by fmw42
Is the OP asking about MagickWand or Python Wand?

Re: Deploying to Azure Cloud

Posted: 2019-11-01T12:00:56-07:00
by aaronpaul
fmw42 wrote:
2019-09-16T09:13:06-07:00
Is the OP asking about MagickWand or Python Wand?
I've installed the Wand module for Python. Just called Wand. The error I'm receiving is saying that I cannot import Image from wand.image because it cannot find MagickWand dependency.

This error is occurring in an Azure function running on a Linux App Service Plan.