Six Pillars of AWS Well-Architected Framework
Operate your systems with continuous monitoring to improve processes and procedures. Key topics include change automation, event response, and defining standards to manage daily operations.
Detect security events and protect your data and systems by managing user permissions and establish controls to detect security events.
Ensure smooth functioning of all the systems with a focus on workloads that perform as intended and a distributed system design with systematic disaster recovery plans.
Provide a streamlined allocation of IT and computing resources. Choose resource types and sizes as per your workload requirements and consistently monitor the environment.
Understand your expenditure needs and allocate your funds accordingly while avoiding unnecessary costs. Scale without overspending by selecting the right types and quantity of resources.
Maximize your output by using minimum resources and opt for a shared responsibility model to reduce the impact on the environment.
AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR)
The AWS FTR helps you improve the quality of your solution as you can identify and remediate risks beforehand. FTR comes with automated detection of potential security issues. As an independent software vendor (ISV), FTR helps you in reviewing your software for reliability, security, and other focus areas defined by the AWS Well-Architected Framework.