Stop a deployment with CodeDeploy - AWS CodeDeploy

Stop a deployment with CodeDeploy

You can use the CodeDeploy console, the AWS CLI, or the CodeDeploy APIs to stop deployments associated with your AWS account.


Stopping an EC2/On-Premises deployment can leave some or all of the instances in your deployment groups in an indeterminate deployment state. For more information, see Stopped and failed deployments.

You can either stop a deployment or stop and roll back a deployment.

If your deployment is a blue/green deployment through AWS CloudFormation, you cannot perform this task in the CodeDeploy console. Go to the AWS CloudFormation console to perform this task.

Stop a deployment (console)

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the CodeDeploy console at


    Sign in with the same user that you set up in Getting started with CodeDeploy.

  2. In the navigation pane, expand Deploy, and then choose Deployments.


    If no entries are displayed, make sure the correct region is selected. On the navigation bar, in the region selector, choose one of the regions listed in Region and Endpoints in the AWS General Reference. CodeDeploy is supported in these regions only.

  3. Choose the deployment you want to stop do one of the following:

    1. Choose Stop deployment to stop the deployment without a rollback.

    2. Choose Stop and roll back deployment to stop and roll back the deployment

    For more information, see Redeploy and roll back a deployment with CodeDeploy.


    If Stop deployment and Stop and roll back deployment are unavailable, the deployment has progressed to a point where it cannot be stopped.

Stop a deployment (CLI)

Call the stop-deployment command, specifying the deployment ID. To view a list of deployment IDs, call the list-deployments command.