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Getting Started Guide (API Version 2012-12-01)

Step 7: Find Additional Resources and Reset Your Environment

When you have completed this tutorial, you can go to other Amazon Redshift resources to learn more about the concepts introduced in this guide or you can reset your environment to the previous state. You might want to keep the sample cluster running if you intend to try tasks in other Amazon Redshift guides. However, remember that you will continue to be charged for your cluster as long as it is running. You should revoke access to the cluster and delete it when you no longer need it so that you stop incurring charges.

Where Do I Go From Here?

Additional Resources

We recommend that you continue to learn more about the concepts introduced in this guide with the following resources:

Resetting Your Environment

When you have completed this tutorial, you should reset your environment to the previous state by doing the following:

To Revoke Access from the VPC Security Group

  1. In the Amazon Redshift console, in the navigation pane, choose Clusters.

  2. Choose examplecluster to open it, and make sure you are on the Configuration tab.

  3. Under Cluster Properties, choose the vpc security group.

  4. With the default security group selected, choose the Inbound tab and then choose Edit.

  5. Delete the custom TCP/IP ingress rule that you created for your port and CIDR/IP address 0.0.0.0/0. Do not remove any other rules, such as the All traffic rule that was created for the security group by default. Choose Save.

To Revoke Access from the Cluster Security Group

  1. In the Amazon Redshift console, in the navigation pane, choose Clusters.

  2. Choose examplecluster to open it, and make sure you are on the Configuration tab.

  3. Under Cluster Properties, for Cluster Security Groups, choose default to open the default security group.

  4. On the Security Groups tab, in the cluster security group list, choose the default cluster security group .

  5. On the Security Group Connections tab, select the custom CIDR/IP ingress rule that you created for CIDR/IP address 0.0.0.0/0 and choose Revoke.

To Delete the Sample Cluster

  1. In the Amazon Redshift console, in the navigation pane, choose Clusters.

  2. Choose examplecluster to open it, and make sure you are on the Configuration tab.

  3. In the Cluster menu, choose Delete.

  4. In the Delete Cluster window, for Create snapshot, choose No and then choose Delete.

  5. On the cluster details window, the Cluster Status will display that the cluster being deleted.

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