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4 reasons why you need Well-Architected Framework

Updated: Mar 4

Most businesses depend on a portfolio of technology solutions to operate and be successful every day. How do you know if you and your team are following best practice, or what the risks in your architectures might be? The following are 4 reasons why your team ought to know about “Well-Architected Framework”:

1. Build and deploy faster Well-architected emphasizes using automation to build a system, so you spend less time doing manual processes which might have human error. Then, you have more time with a system which is repeatable, evolable and hopefully high quality.

2. Lower & mitigate risk

The Well-Architected process reveals potential security and unwavering quality vulnerabilities long before they occur so you can either keep away from them or fabricate an arrangement proactively for how you'll react in the event that they do.

3. Make informed decision

When you feel your application isn't performant, you may have 10 various potential decisions for improving execution. All decisions have a tradeoff, regardless of whether it be cost, practicality, or more. The Well-Architected Framework can enable your team to choose the best informed decision.​

4. Learn the best practices

Well-Architected Framework is the standards and the best practices for architecting systems in the cloud. In our Well-Architected Reviews, OSAM will walk you through in-depth questions about your workload to help you learn standards and best practices to help you build cloud applications that are reliable, secure, and high performing. #wellarchitected #


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