HashiCorp Well-Architected Framework Introduction
HashiCorp Well-Architected framework provides best-practice guidance for organizations. Specifically, it aims to help practitioners optimize their production HashiCorp deployments while meeting their organization's specific architectural needs. The well-architected framework starts at the cloud operating model, it sets the overarching goal of the framework, cloud migration enablement.
The cloud operating model provides the fundamental approach to industrialize the application delivery process across each layer of the cloud: embracing the cloud operating model, and tuning people, processes, and tools to it. HashiCorp Well-Architected Framework enables practitioners to implement the cloud operating model's approach through sets of best practices organized under pillars.
HashiCorp Well-Architected Framework is comprised of pillars. Each pillar contains groupings of best practices. Below is an overview of each pillar.
The operational excellence pillar recommends strategies to enable your organization to build products quickly and efficiently; including shipping changes, updates, and upgrades. These strategies will help teams in your organization to collaborate with each other without delays or friction, even in failure scenarios. They include recommendations for both team and infrastructure architecture.
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The reliability pillar recommends strategies that help prevent disruptions from a single point of failure; ensuring high availability and business continuity of your mission-critical applications and infrastructure.
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The security pillar recommends strategies to implement security best practices to secure your applications, protect your network, manage sensitive data, manage identity and access, and build security controls.
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