Cloud and DevOps consultancy Steamhaus has been officially selected by Amazon Web Services (AWS) to be a Well-Architected partner.
The Manchester-based company is one of just a handful of European partners selected by AWS to review customers’ infrastructures.
AWS is investing significant funds in the Well-Architected framework, which is a strategic programme designed to help customers optimise and future-proof their cloud infrastructure.
The Well-Architected Review offers customers a half day consultancy with partners to benchmark their AWS platforms against best-practice. Customers stand to benefit from AWS credits to fund fixes that are recommended by the review process.
As an advanced AWS partner with experience in cloud consultancy, Steamhaus will analyse workload against the five pillars of the Well-Architected Framework, including operational excellence, security, reliability, performance efficiency, and cost optimisation. The results go directly into the AWS Partner Network (APN) portal, triggering the credits for remedial actions.
Rob Greenwood, technical director at Steamhaus, said: “We’re very excited to be selected as an AWS Well-Architected Partner. It’s a fantastic framework which allows AWS customers to identify cost savings, improve future design decisions and educate their teams on best practice.
“We've actually been championing a well-architected framework for the solutions we build for customers for a considerable time, so for AWS to recognise us in this way when releasing its own framework is real a feather in our cap.”
Engaging on the Well-Architected program extends the existing partnership between Steamhaus and AWS – the world’s leading cloud provider.
AWS Well-Architected Reviews offer customers the chance to take stock of their cloud infrastructure and mitigate against risks. The consultancy service is free to AWS customers and aims to help customers prepare for every opportunity.
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