What is AWS Well-Architected Framework?
Run and monitor systems, deliver business value and improve supporting procedures.
Protect information, systems, and assets while delivering business value through risk assessments and mitigation strategies.
System must recover from infrastructure or service disruptions, scale up automatically as and when required and set be resistant to misconfigurations and internal network issues.
Efficient use of Computing resources to meet system requirements and insightfully adapt to growing and falling demand as the situation changes.
Ability to eliminate leakages in the system and avoid unintended expenditure.
How ClickIT Well-Architected Session Works
Phase1: Probing and Learning
Phase 2: Review and Assessment
Phase 3: Demo and PoC
We follow a systematic approach to gather input and convert the review outcome into actionable insights and recommendations
What is AWS Well Architected?
What are the 5 pillars of AWS?
What is AWS Well Architected Tool?
What is a workload?
How to get started with the AWS Well architected tool?
To answer this question easier, AWS has laid down a few guidelines in the form of a Framework which talks about key issues while we create an infrastructure on the AWS cloud. The Well-architected framework was developed to help cloud architects build secure, high-performing, resilient, and efficient application infrastructure.
The AWS well-architected framework is based on five pillars, which are: operational excellence, security, reliability, performance efficiency, and cost optimization.
The AWS Well Architected tool helps businesses to review their workload against AWS Best Practices, in order to obtain the best guidance on how to architect a workload on the AWS Cloud.
The workload is the complete collection of code and resources that make up a cloud application.
You can get access to the AWS Well Architected tool through the AWS Management Console. Make sure to have a team of cloud experts available for you and your business in order to solve unexpected problems.
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