Amazon Web Services (AWS) has quickly become the leader for providing multiple services to various verticals worldwide. AWS dominates the market with nearly 35% global market share — the combined competition of IT giants such as Google, Microsoft, and IBM is close to 30%. One of the main reasons for the meteoric rise is, AWS puts in much effort to ensure that customers get the best from its infrastructure.
The Well-Architected Framework is a proactive initiative by AWS to apply best practices and assess if the systems in place are working as designed. However, how would you know if you are following AWS’ best practices? For this, you will need to look at how different units in your business use AWS to handle deliverables. Collect information on AWS utilization from business units and compare it with the benchmark standards set by AWS. But, which business units do you choose to assess? Here are five key units to observe.
Your aim should be to maximize monetization and ROI from the established AWS infrastructure. All business units must be streamlined and optimized to combine and deliver excellent business outcomes. Collating data and observations and comparing them with AWS best practices is the key to generating remarkable business value.