AWS Well-Architected Reviews

Ensure Your Application Infrastructure Includes the Latest AWS Architectural Best-Practices

As an AWS Premier Consulting Partner, we are conducting AWS Well-Architected Reviews for one workload in your IT infrastructure, at no cost. Flux7 will help apply the new AWS Well-Architected Framework to ensure your cloud architects are building the most secure, high-performing, resilient and efficient workload as possible, as based on AWS best practices and our experience with over 300 enterprise AWS DevOps projects.

AWS Well Architected Tool

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What is the Well-Architected Framework?


The AWS Well-Architected Framework is a codification of AWS best practices across five areas:

1. Operational Excellence
2. Security
3. Reliability
4. Performance Efficiency
5. Cost Optimization

Work with Flux7 AWS Certified Solution Architects to identify and remediate workload issues, and experience quick results:


Build and deploy faster:

To experiment and release value more often

Make informed decisions:

Highlight how they might impact your business outcomes

Learn AWS Best Practices:

Learned through reviewing thousands of customers’ architectures on AWS

Lower or mitigate risks:

Before they impact your business and distract your team

Submit a workload to Flux7 today

Learn how to start incorporating the 5 pillars every time you create technology solutions. Incorporate these pillars to help you design and operate stable and efficient systems – allowing you to focus on more strategic business priorities. Benefits to your team will include:

1. Thinking Cloud-Natively
2. Consistent Approach to Reviewing Architecture
3. Understanding Potential Impacts
4. Visibility of Risks

Flux7 Blog: Applying AWS Well-Architected Best Practices

Flux7 marries the best practices of the AWS Well-Architected Framework with its deep AWS DevOps experience to help you effectively compare your workload against AWS best practices, giving you concrete guidance on areas of remediation in order to produce stable and efficient systems so you can focus on functional requirements. Read more…