Delete Project

Now that we’ve seen how to deploy a Jets project, let’s clean up and delete the resources. To delete everything, run:

jets delete

You’ll be prompted to make sure you want to delete the project.

❯ jets delete
Deleting project...
Are you sure you want to want to delete the demo-dev project? (y/N)

Type y and hit enter.

Are you sure you want to want to delete the demo-dev project? (y/N)
First, deleting objects in s3 bucket demo-dev-s3bucket-f1480z5lxwym
Deleting demo-dev...
Waiting for stack to complete
03:00:14AM DELETE_IN_PROGRESS AWS::CloudFormation::Stack demo-dev User Initiated
03:00:17AM DELETE_IN_PROGRESS AWS::CloudFormation::Stack HardJob
03:00:17AM DELETE_IN_PROGRESS AWS::IAM::Policy IamPolicy
03:00:18AM DELETE_COMPLETE AWS::IAM::Policy IamPolicy
03:01:04AM DELETE_COMPLETE AWS::CloudFormation::Stack HardJob
03:01:05AM DELETE_IN_PROGRESS AWS::Lambda::LayerVersion GemLayer
03:01:06AM DELETE_COMPLETE AWS::Lambda::LayerVersion GemLayer
03:01:06AM DELETE_IN_PROGRESS AWS::S3::Bucket S3Bucket
03:01:07AM DELETE_COMPLETE AWS::S3::Bucket S3Bucket
Stack demo-dev deleted.
Time took: 1m 6s
Time took for deletion: 1m 6s.
Deleting CloudWatch logs
Project demo-dev deleted!

How Jets Deletes

  1. Empties managed s3 bucket Jets created to store the CloudFormation templates and your packaged code zip file.
  2. Deletes the parent demo-dev stack, which in turn deletes the nested stack and all resources associated with the Jets app.
  3. Deletes the CloudFormation logs associated with the Lambda functions.

Since everything is codified, you end up back in a clean state. 😄

Congrats! You have successfully created, modified, and deleted a Jets Job Project.

Next, we’ll look at some next steps.