We are considering partially or fully reviewing our AWS set-up. What is a Well-Architected Review? And, you’re saying that the review is based on AWS architecture best practices. Would you also please provide me with more information about the actual framework?
The AWS Well-Architected Review consists of a workshop where a set of questions covering 5 pillars will be asked and a pdf report will be generated at the end.
The purpose of the review is to understand the state of your workload and compare your set-up to the latest best practices in AWS architecture.
The Well-Architected Framework is based on 5 pillars: operational excellence, security, reliability, performance efficiency, and cost.
The Framework will help to identify areas of low, medium, and high risk in each pillar based on best practice.