Join Brandon Rich for an in-depth discussion in this video CloudFormation teardown, part of Amazon Web Services: Deploying and Provisioning.
- [Instructor] Now that we've seen…an instance created by CloudFormation,…we want to use CloudFormation to tear down…this stack that we just built.…Let's click into CloudFormation.…Performing this step will make sure…that the instance created by CloudFormation…is terminated, and we won't incur any charges…from it continuing to run.…Here's our stack.…It says Create Complete on the first row.…I'm going to click the check box next to it,…go to actions, and choose Delete Stack.…We're asked to confirm, and we'll say yes, delete.…At this point, it says delete in progress.…
And you can actually watch as events flow by,…just like when the create occurred.…If we had created more than one…resource with this stack, CloudFormation would…go through the process of deleting everything…that it had built in the first place.…In this way, CloudFormation can not only…create many resources, but it can…also handle tearing them down.…With this step, we've now cleaned up…after everything we did in our CloudFormation demo.…
This course is also part of a series designed to help you prepare for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate certification exam.
- Understanding AWS EC2
- Creating an EC2 instance
- Provisioning with CloudFormation
- Architecting apps for horizontal scaling
- Creating an Elastic Beanstalk environment and app
- Using OpsWorks
- Deploying apps with CodeDeploy
Skill Level Intermediate
1. AWS EC2 Foundations
2. EC2 Creation and Provisioning
Create an EC2 instance13m 24s
3. Deployment Concepts
4. Elastic Beanstalk
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