Your AWS solution optimised to meet best practice.
As an AWS Well Architected Partner, Wirehive are fully accredited and experienced to review your AWS solution against the market-leading AWS Well Architected Framework to help you optimise costs, improve performance and tighten security.
What is an AWS Well Architected Framework Review?
An AWS Well Architected Review is a programme developed by Amazon to enable AWS customers to get one or more of their AWS workloads reviewed by an accredited AWS partner against their best practice AWS Well Architected Framework.
Through the provision of a $5,000 credit against your AWS account if you enable your chosen partner to make 25% of the high-risk remediations most customers are able to offset the majority of the audit costs.
AWS Well Architected Framework Review
- Pre-workshop questionnaire (completed by client)
- Agree and define workload description and details
- Wirehive seeks workload approval from AWS
- AWS approval granted
- Client grants Wirehive read-only access to their AWS Workload
- Virtual workshop with AWS certified CSA from Wirehive and key stakeholders from your organisation
- Discovery Q&A into business priorities for each stakeholder for workload against the Well Architected Framework
- Review of AWS environment against the Well Architected Framework
- Input into Well Architected Tool
Post review remediations
- Focus on High Risk Issues (HRIs)
- 25% of HRIs must be remediated for you to claim the $5,000 Well Architected Credit from Amazon
- Every Wirehive Well Architected Review includes 2 days of certified architect time to complete these remediations
What to expect:
- All remediations carried out by AWS Certified Architects and Engineers
- Project managed from start to finish
- Extensive knowledge of your environment today and expectations for the future
- Deep understanding of all the products and services available within AWS
- Wirehive will handle the evidence collection required for the $5,000 AWS credit approval
Price: £5,000 - offset by a $5,000 credit from AWS