Cleaning up a failed Azure environment
When environment creation fails, you should delete the environment. If environment termination fails, you should clean up any resources that might have already been created on your AWS account.
When environment creation fails, you should delete the environment by using the steps described in Delete an Environment.
- If CDP created all resource groups for your CDP resources, find it and delete these resource groups. The names of these resource groups will include the name of the environment.
- If you used your own existing resource group, navigate to it and delete all the resources that were created by CDP. The names of these resources will include the name of the environment.