After you create or update a certificate, you must deploy it to either the staging or production environment before it can be used by any properties. If a certificate is no longer used by any property in those environments, you should undeploy it. Undeploying a certificate is also a prerequisite if you want to delete a certificate from the CDN360 platform.
Note: To deploy a certificate to, or undeploy a certificate from, the staging or production environment, you must be the owner of the certificate.
Note: To view the deployment history of the certificate before deploying it, click the Deployment History button.
If you no longer need a certificate in a staging or production environment, you can undeploy the certificate.
In the left pane, click Certificates.
In the Actions column on the Certificates page, click the vertical ellipsis of the certificate you want to undeploy, and then select Undeploy from Staging or Undeploy from Production.
When the confirmation pop-up appears, undeploy the certificate now by clicking OK (the undeployment process takes about 5 minutes).
Undeploy the certificate at a later time by clicking the Add to Standby task button to move this action to the standby queue.