How to delete the Atlan deployment from your AWS VPC
STEP 1: Delete the Atlan stack
Log into your AWS account.
Go to CloudFormation, then go to Stacks.
Choose the name of the stack you want to delete, then click "Delete".
👀 Note: It will take 15-20 minutes to perform the delete process. In most cases, this will not delete your two AWS services (VPC and S3 bucket) — these will have to be deleted manually. See the steps below.
STEP 2: Delete the S3 bucket from the AWS console
Go to your S3 console.
There should be two buckets available for the stack. Select one of the two buckets. The bucket name will be the stack name plus a random number.
Click on "Empty".
Another window will appear for confirmation. Type "permanently delete" in the box, and click on the "Empty" button.
Repeat the same process for other bucket.
Delete both of the buckets from the console.
STEP 3: Delete the VPC from the AWS console
👀 Note: This step required only if you did any manual configutaion with VPC. These dependencies can include:
Any another Load balancers that exist with the same VPC
Any Lambda functional interfaces
Any manual instances created
Select the VPC that needs to be deleted. You can find the VPC ID in the stack output section, as shown below.
Delete the VPC from the VPC console.
During delition of VPC, this will show network interface dependencies that are in use, Remove those network interfaces manually.
Check all the in-user interfaces.
After removing all the interfaces manually, you can re-try to delete the VPC.
STEP 4: Delete the Atlan stack again
After deleting the VPC, you can now remove the stack again. This time, it will be removed with all the resources.
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