Synthesis Free Well Architected Review & 3 month Unomia subscription

Is your infrastructure secure, high-performing, resilient, and efficient? With AWS cloud, the sky is the limit when you build on strong foundations. A Synthesis AWS Well-Architected Review will ensure your infrastructure meets AWS best standards, so your foundation is built to support every level of your cloud journey.

We provide a thorough assessment of your architecture against the AWS Well-Architected Framework and map improvements based on best practices. This is valued at R90 000 but we are giving away a limited amount of free reviews. 

What does a Synthesis Well-Architected Review Entail? 

A Synthesis Architect will provide an in-depth analysis of the workload across the Five Pillars of the AWS Well-Architected Framework. This can take anywhere between two and four hours to complete, depending on the size of the workload. They will then provide a detailed review scorecard, report and action plan to assist with remediation, areas of improvements and to ensure cloud optimisation 

The Well-Architected partner programme has the additional benefit of providing AWS consumption credits for each remediation. This is currently set to a maximum of R90 000 per remediated workload, a portion of which is used to offset consulting costs. 

Why Synthesis?

Synthesis is a part of a select group of certified AWS Well-Architected Partners worldwide. As a pioneer in cloud with experience across numerous verticals, Synthesis builds on the AWS Well-Architected Framework with years of expertise and experience. Our reviews have enabled customers to maximise cloud security, performance, resilience and efficiency while reducing cloud spend. We are passionate about enabling cloud as a means to truly enable business. For a limited period, we will be sharing this expertise through a free Synthesis WellArchitected Review.  (Spaces are limited and terms and conditions apply).

What is Unomia?

Unomia is a unique software as a service (SaaS) offering created by cloud and security experts designed with years of industry expertise. With Unomia, you get continual monitoring of your AWS cloud environment against the five Well-Architected pillars. It is designed to do the hard work for you 24/7.

Through the use of highly customizable policies, you also have the ability to enforce your own security and governance guardrails or in your AWS accounts while getting a better overview of your overall estate through smart dashboards. The interactive user interface provides valuable learnings where ever you are in your cloud journey.

Monitoring your environment has never been this easy, this intuitive and this smart.


AWS Well-Architected Framework  

Continual improvement of the cloud environment is vital to optimise cost, performance and other competitive advantages, and ensure governance and security. This requires a continuous review of existing workloads. Synthesis applies the Well-Architected Framework to remediate across key areas. 

AWS’ Well-Architected Framework is based on five pillars that encapsulate a set of core strategies and best practices for architecting systems in the cloud.  Synthesis’ Well-Architected Review assesses cloud systems against these five pillars:

  1. Operational Excellence. Running and monitoring systems to deliver business value and continually improvprocesses and procedures.  
  2. Security. Protect information, systems and assets while delivering business value through risk assessments and mitigation strategies. 
  3. Reliability. Prevent and quickly recover from infrastructure or service disruptions. 
  4. Performance Efficiency. Use computing resources efficiently to meet system requirements and maintain efficiency as demand changes and technologies evolve. 
  5. Cost Optimisation. Run systems to deliver business value at the lowest price point. 

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