If you are running this workshop via an instructor led training, you do NOT need to complete this section.

Amazon S3

1.1 Click S3 to navigate to the dashboard.

1.2 Select the bucket with prefix backupandrestore-primary-uibucket-xxxx and click the Empty button.

1.3 Enter permanently delete into the confirmation box and then click Empty.

1.4 Wait until you see the green banner across the top of the page, indicating the bucket is empty. Then click the Exit button.

Please repeat steps 1.1 through 1.4 for the following buckets:

  • backupandrestore-secondary-uibucket-xxxx

1.5 Select the bucket with the prefix backupandrestore-secondary-uibucket-xxxx and click the Delete button.

1.6 Confirm deletion.

Amazon CloudFormation

2.1 Click CloudFormation to navigate to the dashboard in the N. Virginia (us-east-1) region.

2.2 Select the backupandrestore-primary stack and click the Delete button.

2.3 Click the Delete stack button to confirm the removal.

Please repeat steps 2.1 through 2.3 for the backupandrestore-secondary stack in the secondary region N. California (us-west-1).

AWS Backup

3.1 Click AWS Backup to navigate to the dashboard in the N. Virginia (us-east-1) region.

3.2 Click Backup Vaults and select Default.

3.3 Select all the backups and select Delete under Actions.

3.4 Enter delete then click the Delete recovery points button.

Please repeat steps 3.1 through 3.3 for AWS Backup in the N. California (us-west-1) region.

Amazon EC2

4.1 Click EC2 to navigate to the dashboard in the N. California (us-west-1) region.

4.2 Select the restored instance which will NOT have a Name and will has a Security group name of backupandrestore-secondary-EC2SecurityGroup-xxxx and click Instance State, then click Terminate instance.

Allow Amazon S3 Public Access

If you changed your account-level Block Level Public Access settings for this workshop, return them to their pre-workshop settings. For more information, see Blocking public access to your Amazon S3 storage.

This lab specifically helps you with the best practices covered in question REL 13 How do you plan for disaster recovery (DR)