This interactive course provides a deep dive into Amazon Web Services (AWS) best practices to help you perform effective and efficient AWS Well-Architected 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-levelAWS 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.
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In this course, you will explore:
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 Well-Architected independent software vendors (ISVs), and
AWS Well-Architected Partner Program (WAPP)