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Nodalview understood that security & operations in AWS, according to the best practices, are important and require a specific skillset.
For that reason, they decided to look for support within the AWS partner landscape.
Cloudar is an AWS partner and is enrolled in the AWS Well-Architected Partner Program, which means Cloudar has the expertise to perform Well -Architected Reviews.
Now, what is a Well-Architected Review (WAR)?
A WAR is a framework to review the state of an entire landscape against architectural best practices to identify tasks to improve the landscape within one of the following 6 pillars:
- Operational Excellence Pillar
- Security Pillar
- Reliability Pillar
- Performance Efficiency Pillar
- Cost Optimization Pillar
- Sustainability Pillar
A Well-Architected Review consists of two steps:
The end goal is to improve the landscape in one or more pillars, resulting in a landscape that, in an ideal world is completely setup and maintained according to the AWS Best Practices.
Every engineer, service delivery manager and project manager within Cloudar is trained and certified in AWS. Since AWS is an environment that moves quickly, this also means training never stops and continuous learning is a big part within Cloudar.
Result & Benefits
During the review Cloudar, together with Nodalview evaluated the environment. The output of such a review are a list of actions. This list was prioritized and discussed with Nodalview, resulting in a step-by-step plan to improve the AWS landscape.
During the remediation part of the WAR the list of actions were picked up, discussed, documented and implemented. Improving the landscape within one of the 6 WAR pillars.
These improvements varied from getting an insight into budgets to setting up Disaster Recovery and everything in between.