If you used an account provided by Event Engine, you do not need to do any cleanup. The account terminates when the event is over.
If you used your own account,you might want to clean up what you have created to avoid incurring any unnecessary charges.
Delete three DynamoDB restored tables using following command.
aws dynamodb delete-table \ --table-name ProductCatalogODRestore aws dynamodb delete-table \ --table-name ProductCatalogRestored aws dynamodb delete-table \ --table-name ProductCatalogPITR
Follow these steps to delete a backup plan:
On the AWS Backup console, in the navigation pane, choose Backup vaults.
On the Backup vaults page, choose the dynamodb-backup-vault. Check the recovery point and choose Delete.
If you are deleting more than one recovery point, follow these steps:
a. Review the list of recovery points that you are deleting.
b. If you want to edit the list, choose Modify selection.
c. If your list contains a continuous backup, choose whether to keep or delete your continuous backup data.
d. To delete all the recovery points listed, enter delete, and then choose Delete recovery points.
Keep your browser tab open until you see the green success banner at the top of the page.
Prematurely closing this tab will end the deletion process and might leave behind some of the recovery points you wanted to delete.