Assess and Optimize AWS Workloads

Are your AWS workloads highly resilient and fully optimized? Is your AWS platform fully secure from security threats?

Contact our experts for a certified review and see how your workloads stack up to industry best practices.

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What is an AWS Well-Architected Review?

A Well-Architected Review is performed to evaluate the current state of your workloads against the 6 pillars of the AWS Well-Architected Framework. Based on the outcome of the review, a detailed report outlining the recommendations that enable you to optimize your workload will be provided to you.

With Axiom being an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner, AWS offers up to 5,000 USD of credits (for a limited time) to clients on completion of Axiom’s Statement of Work resolving a minimum of 25 percent high-risk items identified within the review.

6 Pillars of an AWS Well-Architected Framework

Operational Excellence

Running workloads effectively and continuously improve supporting processes and procedures to deliver business value.

Security

Protecting data, systems, and assets, managing user permissions, and establishing controls to detect security events.

Reliability

Workloads performing their intended actions and recovering from disruptions quickly.

Performance Efficiency

Streamlining the allocation of IT and computing resources based on workload requirements, to be able to scale as the business evolves.

Cost Optimization

Avoiding unnecessary costs and controlling fund allocation. Selecting the right quantity and size of resources to be able to scale without overspending.

Sustainability

Minimizing the environmental impacts of running cloud workloads. Maximizing the utilization of minimum resources.

Our AWS Well-Architected Review Process

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