If an application is no longer required, you can delete the environments of the application and delete the application.
Delete an environment
You must stop an environment before deleting it.
$ wpctl env:terminate [OK] Terminate environment name demo-test-env (1s) -- Check events -- 2019-05-05 08:16:36 PM: Start to terminate deployment, change Id is wc-5cced4243b331c3b5592551a 2019-05-05 08:16:37 PM: Start to terminate application on instance i-wz98cfp8hf0jct9pyfxy 2019-05-05 08:16:43 PM: Success to terminate application on instance i-wz98cfp8hf0jct9pyfxy 2019-05-05 08:16:44 PM: Successfully deleted monitor group 2019-05-05 08:16:44 PM: Success to terminate platform services 2019-05-05 08:16:46 PM: Start to reduce 1 ECS instances 2019-05-05 08:17:06 PM: Successfully deleted ECS instance i-wz98cfp8hf0jct9pyfxy 2019-05-05 08:17:08 PM: Untied VSwitches vsw-wz9bflpiecxeotsgetdfl successfully 2019-05-05 08:17:08 PM: Untied VPC vpc-1kgkcouha successfully 2019-05-05 08:17:08 PM: webx.wam.change.terminate.success Change finished, apply success $ wpctl env:delete we-5cced1e63b331c3b55925475 (1s) [OK] Delete environment name demo-test-env (1s) $ wpctl env:info No env in this app:demo-test
Delete an application
Before deleting an application, ensure that all environments of the application are released.
$ wpctl app:delete --help delete the app Usage: wpctl app:delete Id/name Example: wpctl app:delete app-demo Use `app:delete --help` for more information.