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Microsoft Azure Traffic Manager Management Client Library for Python

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Microsoft Azure SDK for Python

This is the Microsoft Azure Traffic Manager Management Client Library. This package has been tested with Python 3.7+. For a more complete view of Azure libraries, see the azure sdk python release.


Azure SDK Python packages support for Python 2.7 has ended 01 January 2022. For more information and questions, please refer to

Getting started


Install the package

pip install azure-mgmt-trafficmanager
pip install azure-identity


By default, Azure Active Directory token authentication depends on correct configure of following environment variables.

  • AZURE_CLIENT_ID for Azure client ID.
  • AZURE_TENANT_ID for Azure tenant ID.
  • AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET for Azure client secret.

In addition, Azure subscription ID can be configured via environment variable AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID.

With above configuration, client can be authenticated by following code:

from azure.identity import DefaultAzureCredential
from azure.mgmt.trafficmanager import TrafficManagerManagementClient
import os

sub_id = os.getenv("AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID")
client = TrafficManagerManagementClient(credential=DefaultAzureCredential(), subscription_id=sub_id)


Code samples for this package can be found at:


Next steps

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Release History

1.1.0 (2023-06-16)

Features Added

  • Added operation ProfilesOperations.check_traffic_manager_name_availability_v2
  • Model Endpoint has a new parameter always_serve

1.1.0b1 (2022-11-17)

Features Added

  • Model Endpoint has a new parameter always_serve

1.0.0 (2022-01-19)


  • Added model EndpointType

1.0.0b1 (2021-05-13)

This is beta preview version.

This version uses a next-generation code generator that introduces important breaking changes, but also important new features (like unified authentication and async programming).

General breaking changes

  • Credential system has been completly revamped:

    • azure.common.credentials or msrestazure.azure_active_directory instances are no longer supported, use the azure-identity classes instead:
    • credentials parameter has been renamed credential
  • The config attribute no longer exists on a client, configuration should be passed as kwarg. Example: MyClient(credential, subscription_id, enable_logging=True). For a complete set of supported options, see the parameters accept in init documentation of azure-core

  • You can't import a version module anymore, use __version__ instead

  • Operations that used to return a msrest.polling.LROPoller now returns a azure.core.polling.LROPoller and are prefixed with begin_.

  • Exceptions tree have been simplified and most exceptions are now azure.core.exceptions.HttpResponseError (CloudError has been removed).

  • Most of the operation kwarg have changed. Some of the most noticeable:

General new features

  • Type annotations support using typing. SDKs are mypy ready.
  • This client has now stable and official support for async. Check the aio namespace of your package to find the async client.
  • This client now support natively tracing library like OpenCensus or OpenTelemetry. See this tracing quickstart for an overview.

0.51.0 (2019-01-08)


  • Model Endpoint has a new parameter subnets
  • Model Profile has a new parameter max_return
  • Added operation group TrafficManagerUserMetricsKeysOperations

0.50.0 (2018-05-25)


  • Model Endpoint has a new parameter custom_headers
  • Model MonitorConfig has a new parameter custom_headers
  • Model MonitorConfig has a new parameter expected_status_code_ranges
  • Model Profile has a new parameter traffic_view_enrollment_status
  • Added operation group HeatMapOperations
  • Client class can be used as a context manager to keep the underlying HTTP session open for performance

General Breaking changes

This version uses a next-generation code generator that might introduce breaking changes.

  • Model signatures now use only keyword-argument syntax. All positional arguments must be re-written as keyword-arguments. To keep auto-completion in most cases, models are now generated for Python 2 and Python 3. Python 3 uses the "*" syntax for keyword-only arguments.
  • Enum types now use the "str" mixin (class AzureEnum(str, Enum)) to improve the behavior when unrecognized enum values are encountered. While this is not a breaking change, the distinctions are important, and are documented here: At a glance:
    • "is" should not be used at all.
    • "format" will return the string value, where "%s" string formatting will return NameOfEnum.stringvalue. Format syntax should be prefered.
  • New Long Running Operation:
    • Return type changes from msrestazure.azure_operation.AzureOperationPoller to msrest.polling.LROPoller. External API is the same.
    • Return type is now always a msrest.polling.LROPoller, regardless of the optional parameters used.
    • The behavior has changed when using raw=True. Instead of returning the initial call result as ClientRawResponse, without polling, now this returns an LROPoller. After polling, the final resource will be returned as a ClientRawResponse.
    • New polling parameter. The default behavior is Polling=True which will poll using ARM algorithm. When Polling=False, the response of the initial call will be returned without polling.
    • polling parameter accepts instances of subclasses of msrest.polling.PollingMethod.
    • add_done_callback will no longer raise if called after polling is finished, but will instead execute the callback right away.


  • Compatibility of the sdist with wheel 0.31.0

0.40.0 (2017-07-03)


  • New MonitorConfig settings
  • New Api Version 2017-05-01

Breaking changes

  • Rename "list_by_in_resource_group" to "list_by_resource_group"
  • Rename "list_all" to "list_by_subscription"

0.30.0 (2017-04-20)

  • Initial Release (ApiVersion 2017-03-01)

This wheel package is built with the azure wheel extension

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