As your business scales, maintaining your cloud infrastructure can become more complex and efficiencies are harder to achieve. Understand where your most critical vulnerabilities lie within your AWS architecture and how to fix them to stay optimised, secure and compliant.
Codurance’s certified AWS Well-Architected Framework Review is designed to provide you with high-level guidance and best practices to help you build and maintain secure, reliable, performant, cost optimised, and operationally excellent applications in the AWS Cloud.
This consistent review process will enable us to uncover the level to which your workloads are 'Well-Architected' across six core pillars.
Identify risks and opportunities to improve and optimise your workloads to reduce cost, drive efficiencies and maintain security
Increase your pace of innovation, build and deploy faster and make informed decisions whilst accessing funding to offset improvement costs
Coach and enable your workforce on AWS best-practices to lower or mitigate risks in the future and stay optimised and compliant
Identify the workload and pillar(s)
Codurance’s AWS Cloud Architects will work with you to identify which workload and which of the six pillar(s) will be reviewed within your AWS architecture.
Conduct the Well-Architected Review
Our AWS certified Solutions Architects Professional will conduct the review through a series of questionnaires and workshops to fully evaluate the workload against your chosen pillar(s).
Identify Issues and Report Back
Once the Well-Architected Review has been completed, our expert will provide a report detailing the identified Medium and High Risk Issues (HRIs) within the workload and provide suggestions on prioritisation.
Agree on Remediation Plan
We’ll then work with you to recommend a plan for remediating the issues identified in the Well-Architectured Review.
Gain $5000 in AWS Credits
Once Codurance has removed a minimum number of HRIs, you’ll be eligible to receive $5000 in AWS Credits from the AWS Well-Architected Partner Program team.