"As the size of your company expands, does your architecture match the actual needs?"

An AWS Well-Architected Framework is a set of principles that provides a consistent approach to evaluate architectures and implement designs that will scale over time.

The Five Pillars of the AWS Well-Architected Framework

When architecting AWS technology solutions, Nextlink follows the five pillars of operational excellence.

Operational Excellence



Performance Efficiency

Cost Optimization

Nextlink can help you compare your workload with our best practices, and can guide you
about how to build an efficient and stable system that focuses on handling functional requirements.

AWS Well-Architected Framework

How can Nextlink help?

Accelerate Deployment

By building a cloud-native architecture, you don't have to anticipate capacity requirements, you can test your system on a large scale, and use automation to make experimentation easier.

Reduce Risk

We understand where there are risks in the architecture and find ways to respond before you go live.

Make Informed Decisions

Determine how architectural decisions and/or trade-offs affect the performance, availability, and business outcomes of your application.

Why choose Nextlink?

In the past, the traditional escrow mode, the supplier focused on the maintenance and operation of the host, through the complex manual management and monitoring environment, providing hardware-based solutions.

Nextlink Technology provides professional next-generation hosting services, focusing on cloud and software solutions, and emphasizing a highly automated IT environment, where we can assist customers with their cloud architectures. By utilizing AWS Well-Architected Health Checks, Nextlink can help design and adjust cloud solutions to achieve security, high performance, high availability and cost optimization.

Nextlink was the first AWS Managed Services Partner (MSP) in Taiwan to undergo AWS strict third-party audit certification, with cloud infrastructure and application development and migration ability to provide customers with active monitoring and alerting services, as well as partial or full management of various internal business applications (such as: web server, database server, or file server, etc.).