A tool for cleaning up your cloud accounts by nuking (deleting) all resources within it
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cloud-nuke

This repo contains a CLI tool to delete all cloud (AWS, Azure, GCP) resources in an account. cloud-nuke was created for situations when you might have an account you use for testing and need to clean up left over resources so you're not charged for them. Also great for cleaning out accounts with redundant resources.

The currently supported functionality includes:

AWS

  • Deleting all Auto scaling groups in an AWS account
  • Deleting all Elastic Load Balancers (Classic and V2) in an AWS account
  • Deleting all EBS Volumes in an AWS account
  • Deleting all unprotected EC2 instances in an AWS account
  • Deleting all AMIs in an AWS account
  • Deleting all Snapshots in an AWS account
  • Deleting all Elastic IPs in an AWS account
  • Deleting all Launch Configurations in an AWS account
  • Deleting all ECS services in an AWS account

Caveats

  • We currently do not support deleting ECS clusters because AWS does not give us a good way to blacklist clusters off the list (there are not tags and we do not know the creation timestamp). Given the destructive nature of the tool, we have opted not to support deleting ECS clusters at the moment. See https://github.com/gruntwork-io/cloud-nuke/pull/36 for a more detailed discussion.

Azure

Coming Soon

GCP

Coming Soon

WARNING: THIS TOOL IS HIGHLY DESTRUCTIVE, ALL SUPPORTED RESOURCES WILL BE DELETED. ITS EFFECTS ARE IRREVERSIBLE AND SHOULD NEVER BE USED IN A PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT

Install

  1. Download the latest binary for your OS on the releases page.
  2. Move the binary to a folder on your PATH. E.g.: mv cloud-nuke_darwin_amd64 /usr/local/bin/cloud-nuke.
  3. Add execute permissions to the binary. E.g.: chmod u+x /usr/local/bin/cloud-nuke.
  4. Test it installed correctly: cloud-nuke --help.

Usage

Simply running cloud-nuke <provider> (e.g. cloud-nuke aws) will start the process of cleaning up your cloud account. You'll be shown a list of resources that'll be deleted as well as a prompt to confirm before any deletion actually takes place.

Excluding Regions

You can use the --exclude-region flag to exclude resources in certain regions from being deleted. For example the following command does not nuke resources in ap-south-1 and ap-south-2 regions:

cloud-nuke aws --exclude-region ap-south-1 --exclude-region ap-south-2

Excluding Resources by Age

You can use the --older-than flag to only nuke resources that were created before a certain period, the possible values are all valid values for ParseDuration For example the following command nukes resources that are at least one day old:

cloud-nuke aws --older-than 24h

Happy Nuking!!!

Credentials

AWS

In order for the cloud-nuke CLI tool to access your AWS, you will need to provide your AWS credentials. You can used one of the standard AWS CLI credential mechanisms.

Running Tests

go test -v ./...

License

This code is released under the MIT License. See LICENSE.txt.