AWS CDK package that empties an S3 bucket upon resource deletion.
AWS Empty Bucket
A custom S3 bucket with an ability to completely delete itself (even if it contains files within).
The project is written by Laimonas Sutkus and is owned by iDenfy. This is an open source library intended to be used by anyone. iDenfy aims to share its knowledge and educate market for better and more secure IT infrastructure.
This project utilizes the following technology:
- AWS (Amazon Web Services).
- AWS CDK (Amazon Web Services Cloud Development Kit).
- AWS CloudFormation.
- AWS S3 (Amazon Web Services Simple Storage Service).
This library project assumes the following:
- You have knowledge in AWS (Amazon Web Services).
- You have knowledge in AWS CloudFormation and AWS S3.
- You are managing your infrastructure with AWS CDK.
- You are writing AWS CDK templates with a python language.
The project is built and uploaded to PyPi. Install it by using pip.
pip install aws-empty-bucket
Or directly install it through source.
Natively S3 buckets can not be deleted if they contain files. If you were to delete a bucket through CloudFormation, you would get a similar error message:
The bucket you tried to delete is not empty (Service: Amazon S3; Status Code: 409; Error Code: BucketNotEmpty; Request ID: <some-id>; S3 Extended Request ID: <some-other-id>)
This gets especially annoying if a developer is spinning up and tearing down the infrastructure many times a day. Wouldn't it be awesome if S3 buckets could just be simply deleted in any case?
With this project you can create S3 buckets that can be deleted even if they
contain filed inside. A project exposes a class
EmptyS3Bucket which can
be used exactly the same as a class
Bucket provided by AWS CDK. Next time
you delete your stack, you will not see that error message again.
To create an S3 Bucket that can be easily deleted create an
instance in your stack. An example is given below:
from aws_cdk import core, aws_s3 from aws_empty_bucket.empty_s3_bucket import EmptyS3Bucket class MainStack(core.Stack): def __init__(self, scope: core.App) -> None: super().__init__( scope=scope, id='MyCoolStack' ) self.empty_bucket = EmptyS3Bucket( self, 'MyCoolBucketThatCanBeDeleted', access_control=aws_s3.BucketAccessControl.PRIVATE, bucket_name='mybucket', )
To delete inner S3 Bucket files, a custom resource with a lambda function as
as a backend is created too.
EmptyS3Bucket exposes two properties:
custom_resource. If you need to access them use the following:
from aws_empty_bucket.empty_s3_bucket import EmptyS3Bucket empty_bucket = EmptyS3Bucket(...) function = empty_bucket.backend resource = empty_bucket.custom_resource
Do not use singleton lambdas since we are using roles for specific buckets.
Make a custom S3 bucket with inner-file deletion capabilities.
Initial project. Not tested. No extensive readme.
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