Cleaning up your application and dependent resources - Managed Service for Apache Flink
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Amazon Managed Service for Apache Flink was previously known as Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics for Apache Flink.

Cleaning up your application and dependent resources

Delete your Studio notebook

  1. Open the Managed Service for Apache Flink console.

  2. Choose MyNotebook.

  3. Choose Actions, then Delete.

Delete your Amazon Glue database and connection

  1. Open the Amazon Glue console at https://console.amazonaws.cn/glue/.

  2. Choose Databases from the left navigation bar. Check the checkbox next to Default to select it. Choose Action, Delete Database. Confirm your selection.

  3. Choose Connections from the left navigation bar. Check the checkbox next to ZeppelinConnection to select it. Choose Action, Delete Connection. Confirm your selection.

Delete your IAM role and policy

  1. Open the IAM console at https://console.amazonaws.cn/iam/.

  2. Choose Roles from the left navigation bar.

  3. Use the search bar to search for the ZeppelinRole role.

  4. Choose the ZeppelinRole role. Choose Delete Role. Confirm the deletion.

Delete your CloudWatch log group

The console creates a CloudWatch Logs group and log stream for you when you create your application using the console. You do not have a log group and stream if you created your application using the Amazon CLI.

  1. Open the CloudWatch console at https://console.amazonaws.cn/cloudwatch/.

  2. Choose Log groups from the left navigation bar.

  3. Choose the /AWS/KinesisAnalytics/MyNotebook log group.

  4. Choose Actions, Delete log group(s). Confirm the deletion.

Clean up Kinesis Data Streams resources

To delete your Kinesis stream, open the Kinesis Data Streams console, select your Kinesis stream, and choose Actions, Delete.

Clean up MSK resources

Follow the steps in this section if you created an Amazon MSK cluster for this tutorial. This section has directions for cleaning up your Amazon EC2 client instance, Amazon VPC, and Amazon MSK cluster.

Delete your Amazon MSK cluster

Follow these steps if you created an Amazon MSK cluster for this tutorial.

  1. Open the Amazon MSK console at https://console.amazonaws.cn/msk/home?region=us-east-1#/home/.

  2. Choose AmazonKafkaTutorialCluster. Choose Delete. Enter delete in the window that appears, and confirm your selection.

Terminate your client instance

Follow these steps if you created an Amazon EC2 client instance for this tutorial.

  1. Open the Amazon EC2 console at https://console.amazonaws.cn/ec2/.

  2. Choose Instances from the left navigation bar.

  3. Choose the checkbox next to ZeppelinClient to select it.

  4. Choose Instance State, Terminate Instance.

Delete your Amazon VPC

Follow these steps if you created an Amazon VPC for this tutorial.

  1. Open the Amazon EC2 console at https://console.amazonaws.cn/ec2/.

  2. Choose Network Interfaces from the left navigation bar.

  3. Enter your VPC ID in the search bar and press enter to search.

  4. Select the checkbox in the table header to select all the displayed network interfaces.

  5. Choose Actions, Detach. In the window that appears, choose Enable under Force detachment. Choose Detach, and wait for all of the network interfaces to reach the Available status.

  6. Select the checkbox in the table header to select all the displayed network interfaces again.

  7. Choose Actions, Delete. Confirm the action.

  8. Open the Amazon VPC console at https://console.amazonaws.cn/vpc/.

  9. Select AmazonKafkaTutorialVPC. Choose Actions, Delete VPC. Enter delete and confirm the deletion.