The AWS Well-Architected Framework outlines best practices for reviewing and improving your cloud-based architecture efficiently and successfully. As an AWS Partner member of the AWS Well-Architected Partner Program, we provide deep expertise and hands-on experience architecting, building, migrating, and optimising architectures that follow the AWS Well-Architected Framework.
A well-designed architecture lays the foundation for efficiently operating your applications in production. Our team of accomplished architects will work closely with your team throughout the review and will provide expertise in key aspects of your AWS Cloud architecture design. At the end of the engagement, we deliver an analysis and some recommendations on how to plan remediation.
How we do it
We use the Well-Architected Framework to assess your current set-up and help you architect new innovative applications. We ask a series of questions and review your answers against the 5 pillars of the Framework: Operational excellence, Security, Reliability, Performance efficiency and Cost optimisation.
We produce a remediation plan with guidance and best practices to help you build and maintain operationally excellent, secure, reliable, performant and cost-optimised applications in the AWS Cloud.
We share the best practices we have perfected over similar customer engagements. By optimising your architecture with the Singlepoint Team, you get all the benefits of a well-architected design in the cloud:
- Benchmarked best practices: assess your workloads against the 5 pillars’ best practices and mitigate against technical risks
- Actionable insights: determine short and long-terms remediation actions based on your specific business needs
- Certified expertise: get help interpreting AWS services, immediately addressing issues like cost and operational excellence
- AWS usage credits: receive AWS usage credits towards further AWS services highlighted in the remediation plan
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