Designing with the AWS Well-Architected framework in mind
It does not take a genius to click together a cloud infrastructure in the AWS console. It is not even that difficult to make it actually do what you want. However, as the old saying goes, there is more than one way to skin a cat. Looking at the plethora of building blocks AWS offers, you want to end up with an architecture that is secure, reliable, performant, cost-efficient and operated by the best.
“All our engineers hold at least one AWS certificate. AWS is all we do; It is our only focus We keep up to date with the rapidly changing AWS Cloud, so you don’t have to.”– TOM DE BLENDE, MANAGING PARTNER / COO, CLOUDAR
We design, build and review AWS cloud infrastructure for our customers based on the AWS Well-Architected Framework. This guarantees that the above architectural requirements are met.
AWS releases dozens of significant new services and features each year. Keeping track of all those announcements is important. We know our managed services customers, we know what workloads they run, and with each new AWS release, we will check whether it can be used to optimize the existing infrastructure. Cloud Architecture is an ongoing task. Designs can and will change over time. That way you can be sure you will always have the biggest bang for your buck.
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