Seed gives you the option to delete an app, a stage, or a service and also to remove the deployed resources using a
serverless remove command. Let’s take a look at how to delete an app.
Removing an App
Head over to the Delete panel in the Settings of an app.
Here you are asked to enter the app name to confirm deleting the app.
Note that, by default this only removes the app from Seed.
To remove the resources that were deployed as a part of this app (in all of its stages and services), you’d need to select the checkbox.
Selecting this checkbox does the following for the respective cases via a set of
serverless remove commands:
- App: Delete all the deployed services in all the stages.
- Stage: Delete all the deployed services in the stage.
- Service: Delete the deployed service in the various stages.
Removing a Stage
Similar to the app, you can head over the a stage’s Settings.
Removing a Service
For a service, head over to the service.
So if you are looking to delete an app, stage, or service; you need to figure out if you are trying to just remove it from Seed or if you are trying to remove the deployed AWS resources. And remember that by default it only removes it from Seed.