Step by step guide on how to install pandas to work in an AWS Lambda function using the aws console. Pandas is a super helpful library but does not come installed natively on aws lambda so there are a couple of steps that need to be taken if you want to run Lambda functions that leverage this library.
installation links from video
Pandas wheel file: https://pypi.org/project/pandas/#files
Pytz wheel file: https://pypi.org/project/pytz/#files
medium article with steps written: https://medium.com/swlh/how-to-add-python-pandas-layer-to-aws-lambda-bab5ea7ced4f
00:33 download wheel files
01:32 unpack wheel files
03:01 zip python files
04:12 create pandas lambda layer
04:56 add lambda layer with numpy
can you please tell if I have python version 3.9 in my windows so I have to choose python 3.9 runtime in AWS lambda?
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Worked for numpy issue
BTW On this date I didn't had to create custom layer for pandas as well
I attached AWSDataWrangler… inbuilt layer and it resolved issue of pandas and numpy import
OMG… ur awesome… i just followed u step by step and it resolved my issue.. thanks a lot dude 😊
Thanks it helped me a lot! One question, do you have a video how to import/install your own built python package to aws lambda? I mean if you have a file with setup.py and everything what is needed
Thank you very much! This helped me a lot!
thanks man love you 3000 i was able to upload custom package and sove my problem
I HAVE THIS ERROR :
"errorMessage": "Unable to import module 'app': No module named 'pandas._libs.interval'",
Thanks man it worked. 🙂
awesome … great stuff
Thanks so much.
Just making sure people wont have issues as I did, but at 3:10, the folder name MUST be python otherwise it wont work.
Thank you for your very good and intuitive explanation :). However, if it's only about pandas and numpy this way might be easier:
1. Simply scroll down in your lambda tab.
2. Click on 'Add a Layer'.
3. Among 'AWS Layers' choose 'AWSDataWrangler-Python38'.
4. Select a 'Version'.
5. Click 'Add'.
I got an "errorMessage": "Unable to import module 'lambda_function': No module named 'packaging'", I don't know what to do?
You're a life savior my guy, thank so much for this. I struggled for days trying a bunch of different solutions without any success until i got here. Happy 2022 btw <3
Thanks a lot!
this is great, thank you very much!
This was very helpful..
Thank you very much,
i run into a problem. It says
"An error occurred (AccessDenied) when calling the GetObject operation: Access Denied
[ERROR] ClientError: An error occurred (AccessDenied) when calling the GetObject operation: Access Denied"
Do you have an idea, what could be the problem? I try to trigger the lambda when an object is put into the s3 bucket.
My lambda has actually all permissions, due to s3:*
very helpful 🙂
Thank you so muchh guru 🙏
Thanks for sharing, but I can't find AWSLambda-Python37-SciPy1x Layer in down list
Thank you for great tutorials, after two day struggling I found you video and solve my problem
Useful instruction👍 It assisted me with running lambda python codes.
No module named 'pandas._libs.interval' not built
It didn't work for me… I followed your tutorial but it still shows error message "no module named pandas"
Thank you so much! Clear and easy easy to follow
Informative videos… 👌🏻… looking forward for more
Thank you so muchh guru 🙏