Explore Well-Architected Review that was created by the sample application
- Go to the Well-Architected Tool Console and find the workload called “APIGWLambda – walabs-api – WALabsSampleLambdaFunction”.
- You will notice that the tool reports that 4 questions have already been answered and lists 3 as High Risks.
- Click on the Workload link “APIGWLambda – walabs-api – WALabsSampleLambdaFunction”
- From here, you can click on the “Continue Reviewing” and then select “AWS Well-Architected Framework” drop-down to answer the rest of the questions.
- You will notice that two of the questions in the Operations Excellence pillar have already been answered and marked as “Done”
- At this point, you could continue your standard Well-Architected review process and answer the rest of the questions that are outstanding. For the purpose of the lab, just continue to the next step.
- Click on the “APIGWLambda – walabs-api – WALabsSampleLambdaFunction” breadcrumb at the top of the screen to return back to the overview.
Explore tags created on the Well-Architected Review
- From the Workload Detail page, click on the Properties tab at the top.
- Scroll to the bottom and see that there are 3 tags associated with this Workload.
Explore tags created on the sample Lambda application
- Go to the Lambda console
- You should see 3 Lambda Functions that have been deployed.
- Click on the “WALabsSampleLambdaFunction”
- Click the Configuration tab
- Click on the Tags menu on the left navigation bar
- You should see the same 3 Tags that we also assigned to the Well-Architected Workload above.
- You can use these tags to generate reports or to query against the various AWS API’s to find all associated components for the workload.
- Eric Pullen, Performance Efficiency Lead Well-Architected