Cleaning up

When you are finished working with your environment, here’s how to completely clean up the resources in your account.

Cleaning up the web application

When you are finished with the workshop, this will destroy the web application stack and clean up:

mvn deploy -Pdestroy

When you are finished with the workshop, this will destroy the web application stack and clean up:

tox -e destroy

Cleaning up your development environment

The CloudFormation templates in Environment Setup create three CloudFormation stacks to clean up.

Use the CloudFormation console to clean up the stacks created for your Cloud9 setup.

They’ll be named as follows. Delete them in this order:

  1. aws-cloud9-BusyEngineersEncryptionSDK-<string>

  2. BusyEngineersSdkCloud9

  3. BusyEngineersSdkBase

If you also ran the workshop in your own account outside of an AWS Classroom, you will need to delete an additional CloudFormation stack, the busy-engineers-ee-iam stack which contains extended IAM resources.