Check for medium and high risks identified in workloads defined in the AWS Well-Architected Tool. The Well-Architected Tool uses the AWS Well-Architected Framework to compare your cloud workloads against best practices across five architectural pillars: security, reliability, performance efficiency, operational excellence, and cost optimization. A given workload can have medium and/or high risks that have been identified based on answers provided to the questions in the Well-Architected Tool. These issues are architectural and operational choices that are not aligned with the best practices from the Well-Architected Framework.
This rule resolution is part of the Cloud Conformity Security & Compliance tool for AWS
With the AWS Well-Architected Tool tool, you can analyze your workloads using a consistent process, pinpoint any medium or high-risk issues, and identify the next steps that must be taken for improvement.
To determine if there are any medium and/or high-risk issues in your workload, perform the following:
Remediation / Resolution
To find out more about a high or medium level risk and improvement actions recommended by AWS, the following steps can be taken:
- AWS Documentation
- AWS Well-Architected
- AWS Well-Architected Tool
- AWS Well-Architected Tool FAQs
- What is the AWS Well-Architected Tool?
- Step 1: Define a Workload
- Step 2: Review the Workload
- Step 3: Review the Improvement Plan
- Step 4: Make Improvements and Measure Success
- Saving a Milestone
- Generating a Workload Report
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Risk level: Medium