AWS Well-Architected Framework Pillars
The AWS Well-Architected Framework describes key concepts, design principles, and architectural best practices for designing and running workloads in the cloud. Through collaboration with the Mindex team you will; learn how well your architecture aligns with cloud best practices and gain guidance for making improvements.
- Run and Monitor Systems
- Continuously Improve Processes
- Manage Changes through Automation
- Respond to Events
- Standardize Daily Operations
- Protect Information and Systems
- Ensure Data Confidentiality and Integrity
- Manage User Permissions
- Implement Security Controls
- Detect Security Events
- Prevent Failures
- Recover Quickly
- Perform Setup and Configuration
- Address Cross-Project Requirements
- Manage Change for Reliability
- Optimize IT and Computing Resources
- Choose Appropriate Resources for Workload
- Monitor Performance
- Make Informed Decisions
- Sustain Efficiency Amid Business Growth
- Avoid Unnecessary Costs
- Understand and Control Spending
- Choose Appropriate Resources
- Analyze Expenses
- Scale Appropriately
- Reduce Environmental Impacts
- Acknowledge Responsibility for Sustainability
- Minimize Overall Impact
- Use Resources Efficiently
- Mitigate Downstream Effects
Steps to becoming Well-Architected
01 Project Kickoff
Identify the workload for the review and answers initial questions to kick off the program.
02 Well-Architected Framework Review
Use the AWS Well-Architected tool to review with the Mindex team the 6 Pillars of Well-Architected.
03 Review & Finalize Priorities
Review findings from the review and prioritize remediation steps.
04 Implement & Track Remediations
Collaboratively implement and remediate findings to become Well-Architected and receive program funding.
Strategic Insights Unveiled Through the WAFR Process
The WAFR process often triggers a broader discussion, exploring strategic advantages such as improved customer experiences, rapid timelines, and unparalleled scalability.