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Clean Up Process in AWS

Published on 05 April 18
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Clean Up

When you are finished using a particular Amazon ECS cluster, you should clean up the resources associated with it to avoid incurring charges for resources that you are not using.

Some Amazon ECS resources, such as tasks, services, clusters, and container instances, are cleaned up using the Amazon ECS console. Other resources, such as Amazon EC2 instances, Elastic Load Balancing load balancers, and Auto Scaling groups, must be cleaned up manually in the Amazon EC2 console or by deleting the AWS Cloud Formation stack that created them.

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Delete Your CloudWatch Alarm:

After you’ve decided that you no longer need the alarm, you can delete it.

To delete your alarm

  • Open the Amazon CloudWatch console at https:// console.aws.amazon.com/ cloudwatch/.

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  • In the Navigation pane, under Regions, click US East (Virginia).
  • Select the check box next to the alarm that you want to delete, and then click Delete.
  • When a confirmation message appears, click ‘Yes, Delete‘.

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Delete Your Elastic Load Balancer:

If you decide that you no longer need the load balancer that you created in the earlier, you can delete it.

Important: The EC2 instances associated with the load balancer continue to run after you delete the load balancer. You continue to accrue charges for the instances while they are running. Deleting a load balancer does not affect the instances registered with the load balancer.

As soon as your load balancer becomes available, AWS bills you for each hour or partial hour for which you keep the load balancer running. After you’ve decided that you no longer wish to have the load balancer, you can delete it too.

To delete your load balancer

  • Open the Amazon EC2 console at https:// console.aws.amazon.com/ ec2/.

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  • In the Navigation pane, under Regions, click US East (Virginia).
  • Under Load Balancers, select the check box next to the load balancer you want to delete, and then click Delete.
  • When a confirmation message appears, click Yes, Delete.

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Elastic Load Balancing deletes the load balancer. As soon as the load balancer is deleted, you stop incurring charges for that load balancer.

Caution: Even deleting a load balancer, the Amazon EC2 instances associated with the load balancer still continues to run. You will continue to incur charges on the Amazon EC2 instances, if they are still running.

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