This interactive course provides a deep dive into Amazon Web Services (AWS) best practices to help you perform effective and efficient AWS WellArchitected Framework Reviews. The course covers the phases of a review, including how to prepare, run, and get guidance after a review has been performed. Attendees should have familiarity with the AWS concepts, terminology, services, and tools that are covered in the intermediate, 200- level AWS Well-Architected Best Practices. This course provides an AWS Well-Architected Framework Review simulation and instructor-led group exercises and discussions regarding prioritizing and solutioning risks. The content focuses on teaching learners how to prepare proposals on high and medium-risk issues using the AWS Well-Architected Tool
Who Should Attend?
Learners who will find this course applicable to their work include Solutions architects, Cloud practitioners, Data Engineers, Data Scientists, and Developers
After completing this course you should be able to:
- Workload definition and key concepts
- The AWS Well-Architected Framework Review phases, process, best practices, and antipatterns High and medium risks
- Prioritizing improvements to the AWS Well-Architected workflow
- Locating and using the AWS Well-Architected Framework white paper, labs, prebuilt solutions in the AWS solutions library, AWS WellArchitected independent software vendors (ISVs), and AWS WellArchitected Partner Program (WAPP)