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AWS Well Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency (Part 5)

In this webinar, Jonathan LaCour - CTO of Reliam will dive deep into the 'Performance Efficiency Pillar' of the AWS Well-Architected Framework. This pillar focuses on the efficient use of computing resources to meet requirements and how to maintain that efficiency as demand changes and technologies evolve.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has spent years working with thousands of companies across all industries to create the most comprehensive collection of best-practices and guidance known as the Well-Architected Framework. This resource is available for organizations undergoing a cloud transformation who want to ensure their success on AWS.

What you'll learn:
- Select the right virtual environment for your infrastructure instances, containers, functions, and elasticity.
- Use CloudFormation templates to define your infrastructure and place it in source control along with your applications.
- Use Amazon CloudWatch to monitor system performance with standard and custom metrics.
- Trade consistency, durability, and space versus time or latency, to deliver higher performance.
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