Join Brian Eiler for an in-depth discussion in this video Delete a stack, part of Amazon Web Services: Implementing and Troubleshooting PaaS Products.
- [Instructor] Now that we've completed the update,…this demonstration will show you how to…remove one of the stacks.…But since we haven't shown it yet,…why don't we go take a look at what…this sample web server looks like in the Amazon console?…Let's go over to Cloud Formation,…and if we go back to our services,…we can go to EC2.…When I look at my running instances,…I can see that I have my instance,…which doesn't have a name in this case,…but it's a T2-Medium, which was the update…that I made to our running application.…
If I scroll down, I can see that…this is our sample web server,…and it gives me other information that can match up…with what we just did over in our template…for cloud formation.…Let's say that we don't need this any more.…For us to make a change, we can go back up to Services.…Let's go to Cloud Formation,…and we'll remove the entire stack.…To do so, click on the box next to Sample Web Server,…and now I can remove this by going under Actions.…I can say Delete Stack.…
It says are you sure?…This really will delete everything that's in this stack.…
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- Components of CloudFormation
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- Working with OpsWorks
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