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Cloud architecture is formed of the elements, both front and back-end, which come together to deliver infrastructure in a highly available and fault-tolerant way, when correctly engineered.

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Building Architecture From The Ground Up

When building a new cloud environment, it is essential to structure the architecture so it is able to expand and grow without becoming fragmented, which consequently loses high availability and fault tolerance.

To ensure that our solutions achieve these goals, we generally adopt the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Well-Architected Framework. Developed architectures are therefore completed in line with AWS best practices, making them easier to further develop and expand in future.

Many of our customers come to us because their initial, basic architecture has started to creak under the strain of growth. Fragmentation, faults and reduced availability are common as the architecture is not well suited to the planned expansion.

 

Improving Existing Architecture

The AWS Well-Architected Framework is often a solid starting point when analysing and assessing an existing architecture.

It allows us to quickly understand, and solve problems within the old architecture including:

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Security

The AWS Well-Architected Framework is often a solid starting point when analysing

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Reliability

The AWS Well-Architected Framework is often a solid starting point when analysing

 
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Performance Efficiency

The AWS Well-Architected Framework is often a solid starting point when analysing

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Cost Optimization

The AWS Well-Architected Framework is often a solid starting point when analysing

 

AWS Expertise

With our deep understanding of the AWS platform, and experience delivering countless projects to clients, we’re able to assess the client’s requirements against the strengths and weaknesses of the platform.

This ensures the architecture we deliver is a good fit for our clients, and delivers the speed, efficiency, and high availability they require.

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