NEWS: Onix Earns AWS Well-Architected Partner Status

Posted by Carly Sumlin, Marketing Director

Dec 2, 2020 10:11:00 AM


Onix is pleased to announce that we have joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Well-Architected Partner Program, a further step in our growing partnership with AWS.

To become an AWS Well-Architected Partner, cloud providers must maintain a strong overall AWS practice, provide dedicated training to their Certified Solutions Architects (Professional Level) to demonstrate technical readiness, and integrate Well-Architected best practices into their work. Program participants must be Select, Advanced or Premier consulting partners. Onix is an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner.

As an AWS Well-Architected Partner, Onix cloud engineers now are able to perform Well-Architected workload reviews to help their AWS customers establish good architectural habits, eliminate risk, and respond faster to changes that affect designs, applications, and workloads.  

The reviews enable cloud architects to build secure, high-performing, resilient, and efficient infrastructure for their customers’ applications. The framework provides a consistent approach for customers and partners to evaluate architectures and implement designs that will scale over time. 

“Joining the AWS Well-Architected Review program was the next logical step for Onix as an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner,” said Scott Cruze, Onix Director of Cloud Professional Services. “We are committed to building high-quality solutions using best practices for our AWS customers. The ability to perform a Well-Architected Review only helps us strengthen the AWS cloud environments we deploy for them.”


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Carly Sumlin, Marketing Director

Carly joined the Onix marketing team in 2013. She is the Marketing Director with a growing team of talented marketers focused on cloud solutions.

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