The Well-Architected Framework has five ‘pillars’ according to Amazon themselves:
- Operational Excellence – continuous improvement is key to producing the best business value
- Security – privilege-only access to data and controlling untoward incidents, among other things
- Reliability – “cross project management” and dealing with hiccups are part of this pillar
- Performance Efficiency – monitoring workload and allocating apt resources as demand varies
- Cost Optimization – deciding what is essential and investing in that for scaling up (or down)
Building on these pillars, there are significant advantages of following the Well-Architected Framework as laid out by Amazon.
Far-Reaching Consequences Of Well-Architected Framework
Go4hosting does not just use Amazon Web Services, we enhance their value by building architecture that suits your exact business needs. Using the Well-Architected Framework, present bottlenecks or latencies among a host of other faults can be found and fixed, but where the future is concerned, there are much bigger plans.
Imagine going ‘serverless’ for your website, or mobile application backend, or streaming service. Apart from the obvious reduction in expenses, this kind of utilization of Amazon Web Services sets your business up for a long time, and makes it adaptive to change. This is vitally important in today’s fast-paced information technology enabled services sector.
Many applications of High Performance Computing (HPC) are yet to be explored, and using Amazon Web Services in tandem with Well-Architected Framework opens up new areas for businesses to grow. At Go4hosting, we encourage diversification because we believe in our motto of moving ahead while thinking of the future.
Since Amazon Web Services offers the flexibility that is so important in the dynamic cloud industry, it has become one of the preferred methods of building cloud applications. Amazon has leveraged its considerable experience of web services while providing this suite of tools for web and cloud management, making it relatively simple for people who know what they are doing to deploy easily scalable projects on the cloud.