AWS Well-Architected Review
A free review to help you assess your cloud environment and build efficient cloud applications all while keeping costs in check.
Is your cloud infrastructure “well-architected” to achieve your desired business outcomes?
Our AWS Well-Architected Review is designed to help you assess the state of your workloads, compare them to the AWS architectural best practices and build a high-performing application infrastructure that helps you achieve sustainable cost savings and better business outcomes.
During this free half day consulting session, our AWS certified Solutions Architects will cover:
- Understanding whether your architecture aligns with cloud best practices.
- Understanding how your workloads are performing against the AWS Well-Architected pillars.
- How to improve your architectures using proven best practices.
- Provide step-by-step guidance for making improvements.
- Next steps.
How will an AWS Well-Architected Review help me?
Measure, monitor, improve: Identify and remove high-risk issues before they occur, enabling you to save costs, drive efficiency and improve security.
Make informed decisions: Understand your systems, processes and workloads better and be empowered to make informed decisions to drive business goals.
Safeguard your data: Lower the risk of anything going wrong. Build a future state workload that has the highest level of security and reliability, and is optimized for performance.
Achieve sustainable cost savings: Improve your AWS cloud usage to deliver business value in the most cost-efficient way.
Idea 11 is proudly an approved AWS Well-Architected Partner.
The Five Pillars of the AWS Well-Architected Framework
The operational excellence pillar is focussed on running and monitoring systems to deliver business value, and continually improve processes and procedures.
The security pillar is focussed on protecting data, systems, and assets to take advantage of cloud technologies to improve your security.
The reliability pillar is focussed on the ability of a workload to perform its intended function correctly and consistently.
The performance efficiency pillar is focussed on using IT and computing resources efficiently to meet system requirements, and to maintain that efficiency as demand changes and technologies evolve.
The cost optimization pillar is focussed on the ability of running systems to deliver business value at the lowest price point.