What Will You Do¶
In part 3, you will:
- Deprovision the EKS cluster and all associated infrastructure in AWS
This part assumes that you have completed Part 1 of this series and have a successfully provisioned an EKS cluster.
Step 1: Deprovision Cluster¶
In this step, we will deprovision the EKS cluster with a Terraform command. The controller will cleanup all cluster components in your AWS account.
Execute the following command to begin deprovisioning the cluster.
The cluster provision status will show " INFRA DELETION IN PROGRESS". Note, it can take approximately 30 minutes for the deletion to finish.
- Once the deletion is complete, the cluster will be removed from the web console
Congratulations! At this point, you have successfully deprovisioned the EKS cluster and all associated infrastructure components in your AWS account.