- An introduction to the Well-Architected Framework 1
- What is the Well-Architected Framework? 3
- The Five Pillars of Well-Architected Framework 2
- Pillar One: Cost Optimisation 16
- Pillar Two: Performance Efficiency 18
- Pillar Three: Reliability 5
- Pillar Four: Security 6
- Pillar Five: Operational Excellence 8
- Leveraging the Azure Well-Architected Framework 1
- What your next steps should be 1
Making sense of the Azure Well-Architected Framework
Better align your workloads to Microsoft’s best practice framework
The Azure Well-Architected Framework (WAF) is a set of Microsoft best practices that are designed to improve the quality of your workloads in Azure. The framework is built upon the five pillars of architecture excellence; cost optimisation, operational excellence, performance efficiency, reliability, and security.
During this video series, we will help you learn how to better align to the Well-Architected Framework. Whether you’re looking to build new workloads that are aligned to the WAF or optimise existing ones, we’ve got you covered.
During this video series, our Azure Expert, Jonathan Moore, will highlight:
- An overview of the Five Pillars of the Well-Architected Framework
- How to build solutions using the Well-Architected Framework
- How to optimise solutions to align with the Well-Architected Framework
- Q&A session with our experts
Azure Well-Architected Framework Recommendations
Are you looking to align your business to the Azure Well-Architected Framework? We’re offering a personalised 10-minute video from one of our Azure Experts, who will highlight recommendations on how to align your Azure environment to the Azure Well Architected Framework. Want to claim your free video? Simply follow the link below.