Step 11: Delete Walkthrough Resources - Database Migration Guide
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Step 11: Delete Walkthrough Resources

After you have completed this walkthrough, perform the following steps to avoid being charged further for Amazon resources used in the walkthrough. It’s necessary that you do the steps in order, because some resources cannot be deleted if they have a dependency upon another resource.

To delete Amazon DMS resources, do the following:

  1. On the navigation pane, choose Tasks, choose your migration task (migratehrschema), and then choose Delete.

  2. On the navigation pane, choose Endpoints, choose the Oracle source endpoint (orasource), and then choose Delete.

  3. Choose the Amazon Redshift target endpoint (redshifttarget), and then choose Delete.

  4. On the navigation pane, choose Replication instances, choose the replication instance (DMSdemo-repserver), and then choose Delete.

Next, you must delete your Amazon CloudFormation stack, DMSdemo. Do the following:

  1. Sign in to the Amazon Web Services Management Console and open the Amazon CloudFormation console at

    If you are signed in as an IAM user, you must have the appropriate permissions to access Amazon CloudFormation.

  2. Choose your Amazon CloudFormation stack, OracletoRedshiftDWusingDMS.

  3. For Actions, choose Delete stack.

The status of the stack changes to DELETE_IN_PROGRESS while Amazon CloudFormation cleans up the resources associated with the OracletoRedshiftDWusingDMS stack. When Amazon CloudFormation is finished cleaning up resources, it removes the stack from the list.