Optimizing Costs with an AWS Well-Architected Framework
Are your workloads Well-Architected?
The AWS Well-Architected Framework identifies best practices and core strategies for architecting systems in the cloud. Anexinet’s AWS Certified Cloud Architects use the Well-Architected Framework as a guide for evaluating systems against established best practices and identifying where remediation is needed to meet best practices.
In this webinar, AWS-Certified Solutions Architect, Matt Dierolf explores the five pillars of the Well-Architected Framework and explains the benefits of a Well-Architected Framework Review. Further, we’ll discuss the design principles of the Cost Optimization Pillar and help you understand how they may be applied to your existing real-world workloads.
This webinar also covers:
- Right-sizing your environment
- Proper service selection
- Reserving capacity best practices
How does your cloud infrastructure stack up across the five Well-Architected Framework pillars? If you have any cost and/or budgeting issues around your on-premises or cloud-based workloads, don’t hesitate to register now to reserve your seat for this invaluable webinar.
Matt Dierolf is Enterprise Architect at digital business solutions provider Anexinet. He provides customers with current and future state architecture, as well as migration/upgrade strategies for a broad range of infrastructure technologies — including Microsoft, VDI, virtualization, hyper-converged, and cloud. Matt has nearly 20 years of experience in IT management and administration, with previous roles at STV, Traffic Planning and Design, Acelity and Unisys. He has earned numerous certifications from Microsoft, as well as Nutanix, Citrix and VMware. Matt holds a BS in Information Systems from Penn State University and a MBA in Computer/Information Technology Administration and Management from the University of Phoenix.