Run the destroy.sh bash script in the deployment folder to uninstall the TEAM application and delete all backend resources.
The destroy.sh bash script performs the following actions within the TEAM_ACCOUNT:
- Deletes the Amplify backend Cloudformation stack
- Deletes the Amplify App Cloudformation stack
Deletes the CodeCommit repository for the TEAM application
Ensure that the named profile for the TEAM Deployment account has sufficient permissions before executing the destroy.sh script
Execute the following command in the root directory to deploy the script
Once the destroy.sh script is complete, monitor the Cloudformation UI for the deletion status of the backend stack to ensure the backend end resources are deleted and cleaned up properly.
This process does not remove existing permission policy templates or delegated admin configuration in order to prevent negatively impacting your environment if utilized outside of TEAM. AWS recommends following your existing internal review process to address these assets.
Follow the steps below to delete TEAM as a SAML application in IAM Identity Center:
In AWS IAM Identity Center console >Application assignment > Applications > Applications. Choose the tab Configured
Select the TEAM application and from the Actions drop-down menu, choose Remove
The Amplify deployment S3 bucket has versioning enabled. As such you cannot empty or delete the bucket using the AWS CLI.
The format of the amplify s3 bucket name is amplify-teamidcapp-main-xxxx-deployment