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Can someone please help me in my Architectural diagram of EV charging station? What all three-tier services can I use to make it more scalable, reliable, safe during a disaster. This is what I have created....![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IMkBX7bG9eRV2-9_nDswNOgQ)
I need to understand the differences between the December 2021 and December 2022 versions of the framework but I can't find a link to a prior version in PDF or HTML. Anyone could help? Thanks in advance,
I would be interested in knowing the riskRules (not rating) for all 6 Well-Architected Framework Pillars
Hello, I would like to know the riskRules for each question of the 6 Well-Architected Framework Pillars. When executing a WAFR, you have to answer multiple multiple questions. For example: * SEC 1. How do you securely operate your workload? * REL 1. How do you manage service quotas and constraints? * and many more Each of these questions contain tickboxes which are called "best practices". These best practices are categorised in 3 categories: * Low * Medium (MRI) * High (HRI) When answering the questions, something called "riskRules" will decide whether your question will be a HRI or MRI. When solving issues and hence checking more best practices boxes in your question, your HRI could become a MRI. This will be shown in the Well-Architected dashboard and you can use this to keep track of your progress. I would like to build some automation around the Well-Architected tool and when I did my research I found that you can define your own riskRules if you are creating a Custom Lens. You can see how that works over here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/wellarchitected/latest/userguide/lenses-format-specification.html#lenses-format-risk-rules. This made me think that I would like to know what the riskRules are on the questions that are part of the 6 pillars. I can use this information in deciding which best practices need to be solved in order to go from a HRI to a MRI. Is there anyone out there who can provide me with this information? Thank you in advance! Kind regards, Enri Peters
Hi, currently the WAR report is 100+ pages, however, it is very difficult to summarize, it is possible to generate the report in excel, so that we can easily navigate through the filters. Thanks, Sunil
We're a small startup based in Malaysia and I'm the technical founder of the startup. We have a plan for all our services working on AWS. We have startup credits, so we want to use them and launch to start getting some returns that we can use to continue supporting our costs. We're planning to build a micro-service architecture. It'll have two mobile apps for different stakeholders. The app consists of functionalities like Auth/Login, Chat, Payment (Possibly we'll be using Stripe), Accounts/Receipts, AI-based recommendations, and others. I have been learning what I can about AWS and have a solid understanding of what Amplify is. I also understand that in order to make a micro-service I can start an RDS and connect it with an EC2 and a node or any project that works as an API. But I might need more grooming on the EC2. So, I guess my first question would be: "Is it a good approach that we have multiple Amplify projects each used as a micro-service?" I understand that at the start we might not have that many users but this will be a solution that when scaled would require less effort in the future. My second question would be based on the above idea which architecture would you recommend if not the one?
In context of Ops#10 of the Well-Architected Framework tool, please expand on "Identify drivers for improvement to help you evaluate and prioritize opportunities." An example would help-- is 'driver' meant to be an organizational goal, a key executive, an abstract principle?
Hello aws re:Post I am currently designing a solution that would allow my users to be able to provision workloads on demand through a click-to-deploy interface. In order to minimize costs, I thought of an architecture as follows : 2 K8S clusters (1 on-premise and 1 on AWS) - On-premise : Developer Platform management cluster - nodePool mgmt - Crossplane - Customer cluster definition - Catalog definition - nodePool tools - APIs - Prometheus - Grafana - ... - AWS : Customer resources cluster - nodePool customerName (one per customer) - ns mgmt (created on customer register) - ns tenant (one per tenant : production, development, ..) If you don't know Crossplane, you can look at the documentation here : https://crossplane.io/docs/v1.7/ but it is a bit like AWS Controllers for Kubernetes. It provides infrastructure abstraction as Kubernetes CRDs. First, I want to get feedback on such an architecture and know if you have better ideas/suggestions. Secondly, I would like to get an opinion on how to manage clients on the AWS side please. Thanks in advance for your answers.
I'm still studying for the associate arch exam and I am looking for a diagramming tool (along the lines of draw.io, Cloudcraft, etc.) for a tabula rasa workflow to allow me to capture visualizations of what I think would be helpful for me in my learning. Such a (generic, not the AWS definition) workflow would go along these lines: 1. Draw box(es)for a region(s) 2. draw one or more VPCs in the region(s) 3. draw one or more subnets in a/each VPC 4. instantiate EC2, DB, ELB, etc. 5. (ideally, containing artifacts resize automagically as things are put inside) 6. add connecting devices and other artifacts as needed to show connectivity and other relationships amongst the various pieces and with the big, bad world. 7. Ideally, allow me to add configuration data specific to each artifact. It doesn't need to generate anything (i.e. IaaS) from the diagram but it certainly could. Does such a useful thing exist? CloudFormation Designer does not fit the bill nor do draw.io and Cloudcraft from what I could see from a quick tire kick. Appreciate any suggestions.
The newly introduced 6th pillar i.e. Sustainability Pillar is NOT seen in the review. I created a workload in Well-Architected Review tool of AWS today. I used default AWS Well-Architected Framework Lens. While reviewing I could see only the old 5 pillars. Appreciate if someone can provide any insight or solution for getting the 6th pillar as well while reviewing the workload.