Removing ML Workspaces

This topic describes how to remove an existing ML workspace and clean up any cloud resources associated with the workspace. Currently, only CDP users with both the MLAdmin role and the EnvironmentAdmin account role can remove workspaces.

  1. Log in to the CDP web interface.
  2. Click ML Workspaces.
  3. Click on the Actions icon and select Remove Workspace.
    1. Remove EFS Storage - This option is enabled by default. If you want to retain project files on EFS, disable this property.
    2. Force Delete - This property is not required by default. You should first attempt to remove your workspace with this property disabled.

      Enabling this property will delete the workspace from CDP but does not guarantee that the underlying cloud resources used by the workspace will be cleaned up properly. Go to your cloud service provider account to make sure that the cloud resources have been successfully deleted.

      When manually cleaning up resources, make sure that the following types of shared resources are not deleted:


      • VPCs
      • Subnets
      • Storage (S3 buckets and bucket entries)
      • AWS IAM roles

      Microsoft Azure

      • Virtual networks
      • Subnets
      • ADLS storage
      • Azure resource groups (RGs named <liftie-id> and MC_<liftie-id>_<azure-region>)
  4. Click OK to confirm.