Well-Architected Review by DataArt

Ensure the latest cloud architecture design principles are in place and get $5,000 funding from AWS

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The AWS Well-Architected Framework is dedicated to align your cloud infrastructure with the best practices of designing & running cloud workloads. Recent “lift & shift” or long-running masterpiece – there is always a way to optimize costs, reliability, performance and security.


Qualified customers will be eligible for $5,000 in AWS credits to remediate critical issues.

6 pillars of the Well-Architected Framework

Operational Excellence

  • Running & monitoring systems
  • Automating changes
  • Processes & procedures

Security

  • Confidentiality
  • Data integrity
  • User permissions
  • Events detection

Reliability

  • Distributed system design
  • Recovery planning
  • Adapting to changing requirements

Performance Efficiency

  • Allocation of resources
  • Recourses’ types matching workload requirements

Cost Optimization

  • Spending history
  • Funds allocation
  • Scaling without overspending

Sustainability

  • Environmental impacts
  • Shared responsibility model
  • Max. utilization & min. downtime

Your journey through the Well-Architected review

Groundwork

You select the workload for assessment and gather required information about it.

0.5-1 hour

Well-Architected Review

DataArt AWS Solution Architects hold a half-day workshop for you.

3-4 hours

Report Presentation

After internal processing of the findings, you will be presented with a detailed report. We will conduct a step-by-step walkthrough on results and actions required.

1-2 hours

About DataArt

DataArt is a global software engineering firm focused on helping customers unlock the benefits of the cloud

Talk to an Expert

Peter Vaihansky
Peter Vaihansky

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner. Peter Vaihansky leads DataArt's AWS Partnership team, in addition to and supporting some of DataArt's key customer accounts.

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