Step 5: Clean up - AWS Database Migration Service

Step 5: Clean up

After you complete the getting started tutorial, clean up your resources unless you need them for future projects.

Uninstall DMS Collector

To start cleanup, uninstall the DMS Collector.

To uninstall the DMS Collector

  1. On your PC, open Settings, Apps & Features.

  2. Choose AWS DMS Collector, and choose Uninstall. Verify your choice. Microsoft Windows uninstalls the DMS Collector.

Uninstall AWS resources

After you uninstall the collector, you can remove the Amazon S3 bucket and IAM role that you created for Prerequisites.

To remove the S3 bucket and IAM role that you created

  1. Open the Amazon S3 console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/s3/.

  2. Choose the test-dms-discovery-yoursignin bucket, and choose Empty. Verify the operation by entering permanently delete in the input field, and choose Empty.

  3. Choose the test-dms-discovery-yoursignin bucket again. Choose Delete, and confirm the operation.

  4. Open the IAM console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam/.

  5. In the navigation pane, choose Roles.

  6. Enter DMSDiscoveryS3FullAccess in the search bar. Choose the DMSDiscoveryS3FullAccess role.

  7. On the Summary page, choose Delete role. Verify the operation.

Uninstall MySQL

After you remove the Amazon S3 bucket and IAM role, you can uninstall MySQL.

To uninstall MySQL

  1. On your PC, open Settings, Apps & Features.

  2. Choose MySQL Server 8.0. Choose Uninstall. Verify your choice.

Microsoft Windows uninstalls MySQL Server.