AWS Well-Architected Tool now supports AWS Serverless Lens

Posted on: Feb 11, 2020

The AWS Well-Architected Tool (AWS WA Tool) now supports the AWS Serverless Lens, which provides best practices for reviewing serverless workloads.

The AWS WA Tool is based on the AWS Well-Architected Framework, which was developed to help you build secure, high-performing, resilient, and efficient applications using the latest AWS architectural best practices. By answering a set of questions across the five pillars of the Framework, the AWS WA Tool provides a detailed report that helps you understand potential risks in your workload and identifies next steps for improvement.  

The AWS Serverless Lens adds additional questions and best practices across the five pillars of the Framework that are specifically tailored for serverless workloads. The AWS Serverless Lens in the AWS WA Tool can be applied to new and existing workloads to understand potential risks and identify next steps for improvement. You can also work with an AWS Well-Architected Partner Program member to review and improve your serverless workloads. 

The AWS Serverless Applications Lens in the AWS WA Tool is available to customers at no additional charge and is offered in all Regions where the AWS Well-Architected Tool is available: US East (N. Virginia, Ohio), US West (Oregon), Europe (Frankfurt, Ireland, London), and Asia Pacific (Seoul, Sydney, Tokyo) Regions. To learn more about the AWS Well-Architected Tool, visit the User Guide and Product Page. For more information about the AWS Serverless Applications Lens, see the whitepaper. To engage with an AWS Well-Architected Partner Program member, or to learn more about the program, see the Partner Program Page