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  1. When the margin for error is razor thin, it is best to assume that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. AWS customers are increasingly building resilient workloads that continue to operate while tolerating faults in systems. When customers build mission-critical applications on AWS, they have to make sure that every piece in their system is designed in such a way that the system continues to work while things go wrong. AWS customers have applied the principle of design for failure to build scalable mission-critical systems that meet the highest standards of reliability. The best practices established in the AWS Well Architected framework have allowed teams to improve systems continuously while minimizing business disruptions. Let’s look at a few key design principles we have seen customers use to operate workloads that cannot afford downtime... View the full article
  2. We are excited to announce the availability of improved AWS Well-Architected Framework guidance. In this update, we have made changes across all six pillars of the framework: Operational Excellence, Security, Reliability, Performance Efficiency, Cost Optimization, and Sustainability. In this release, we have made the implementation guidance for the new and updated best practices more prescriptive, including enhanced recommendations and steps on reusable architecture patterns targeting specific business outcomes in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud... View the full article
  3. AWS is pleased to announce an update to the AWS Well-Architected Framework, which will provide customers and partners with more prescriptive guidance on building and operating in the cloud, and enable them to stay up-to-date on the latest architectural best practices in a constantly evolving technological landscape. View the full article
  4. Introducing AWS Well-Architected Review Templates, designed to eliminate duplication and foster consistency across your workloads. With the Well-Architected Tool's latest feature, you can effortlessly craft review templates to answer questions, update notes, and even incorporate Custom Lenses across your workloads. View the full article
  5. AWS Well-Architected Tool now integrates with AWS Organizations enabling cloud architects to share their workloads and custom lenses more broadly across their organization. AWS Organizations is an account management service that allows customers to consolidate multiple AWS accounts into a single, centrally managed organization. This update will increase efficiency and make it easier to share lenses and workloads with multiple accounts. View the full article
  6. AWS Well-Architected Tool now allows customers to preview custom lens content before publishing, add additional URLs to helpful resources and improvement plans, and use tags to assign metadata to their custom lenses. View the full article
  7. AWS Well-Architected Tool now features direct access to AWS re:Post, a community-driven, questions-and-answers service designed to help AWS customers remove technical roadblocks, accelerate innovation, and enhance operation. AWS re:Post has 40+ topics including a community specific to AWS Well-Architected. View the full article
  8. AWS Partner Network (APN) Partners are now able to prepare for the APN Foundational Technical Review (FTR) by applying the new AWS Well-Architected Tool FTR Lens to workloads when you conduct a Well-Architected Framework Review in the AWS Well-Architected Tool. View the full article
  9. The AWS SaaS Factory Program and AWS Well-Architected teams have combined their expertise in architectural best practices and knowledge of SaaS solutions to launch the new AWS Well-Architected SaaS Lens. View the full article
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