Cleanup Resources

Amazon S3 Cleanup

1.1 Navigate to S3 .

1.2 Select the pilot-primary-uibucket-xxxx and click Empty.

1.3 Enter permanently delete into the confirmation box and then click Empty.

1.4 When you see the green banner at the top stating the bucket has is empty, click Exit.

Please repeat steps 1.1 through 1.4 for the following buckets:

  • pilot-secondary-uibucket-xxxx

Database Clean up

This step is required as we did manual promotion for the Aurora Database.

2.1 Navigate to RDS in N. California (us-west-1) region.

2.2 Select database under dr-immersionday-secondary-pilot cluster and delete the instance.

2.3 De-select Create final snapshot option, Select “I acknowledge..” option. Click Delete button.

2.4 Wait until Amazon Aurora Database Cluster is deleted.

CloudFormation Secondary Region Cleanup

3.1 Navigate to CloudFormation in N. California (us-west-1) region.

3.2 Select the Pilot-Secondary stack and click Delete.

3.3 Click Delete stack to confirm the removal.

Wait for the stack deletion to complete.

3.4 CloudFormation stack deletion fails due to the manual deletion of Aurora Database.

3.5 Navigate to CloudFormation in N. California (us-west-1) region.

3.6 Select the Pilot-Secondary stack and click Delete.

3.7 Select all Resources to retain (this is OK because they were manually deleted in the prior section) and click Delete stack.

AWS CloudFormation Primary Region Cleanup

4.1 Navigate to CloudFormation in N. Virginia (us-east-1) region.

4.2 Select Pilot-Primary stack. Next click the Delete button to remove it.

4.3 Click Delete stack to confirm the deletion.