Get a Free Well-Architected Consultation and up to $5,000 in AWS service credits*

What is AWS Well-Architected?

The Well-Architected framework is a set of best practices, published and maintained by AWS with the objective of ensuring that customers optimse their workloads around the 5 key pillars:

Being Well-Architected is key to making the most out of the AWS platform and services. A Well-Architected-Framework Review identifies where best practices aren’t in place, to strengthen the five pillars, ultimately ensuring that you are fully benefiting from all AWS has to offer.

Is your AWS Workload Well-Architected?

Why take a Well-Architected Review with Ubertas Consulting?

Ubertas Consulting is a member of the AWS Well-Architected Programme aimed at helping customers improve their deployments through application of best practice.

Take a look at some of our case studies and testimonials on our client stories page.

The Well-Architected Review is provided free-of-charge to customers running one or more workloads on AWS. Reviews are completed in partnership with AWS and for a limited time $5,000 of AWS service credits are available as an incentive for customers who undertake a review and agree to take remediation against areas not aligned to best practice.

Book a free consultation with one of our experienced Cloud Architects now:

*Terms & Conditions:
1. We deliver a Well-Architected Framework Review (WAFR) on the your nominated production environment(s). This is provided at no cost.
2. Following the review, we will produce an output report highlighting all findings, recommendations and potential areas for remediation. This is provided at no cost.
3. AWS provide £4,080 ($5,000) of platform credits to each customer that performs the review and utilizes a Partners services in the remediation of agreed findings.
4. The AWS credits are provided to offset the Partner remediation activity and can be used against any monthly AWS platform bill. This contract provides for four (4) days of Professional service at a value of £4,080 ($5,000).”

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