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Focus On Product Development, Not Server Management
Build & Run Applications Without Thinking About Servers
Start innovating with AWS and Belle Fleur
We know that your business is unique – and so are its challenges. We also know that regardless of your industry, level of experience, or specific business goals, we have the right cloud solution to move your business forward on AWS. When you choose Belle Fleur and AWS, you’ll gain access to the most innovative tools and services on the market, plus Belle Fleur will help make the experience simple and secure. Serverless computing enables organizations to build and run applications and services without needing to provision or manage servers.
Come With an Idea, Leave With a Solution
The Data Flywheel Lab program has two offerings - the Build Lab and the Design Lab. All AWS Data Flywheel Lab engagements are hosted either online. In the AWS Data Flywheel Lab, your team will be hyper-focused on the pre-defined use case that you selected for the lab. During the lab, AWS Data Flywheel Lab Solutions Architects and AWS service experts support the customer by providing prescriptive architectural guidance, sharing best practices, and removing technical roadblocks. Customers leave the engagement with an architecture or working prototype that is custom fit to their needs, a path to production, deeper knowledge of AWS Databases, Analytics, and Machine Learning services, and new relationships with AWS service experts.
The Design Lab is a one-half to two day engagement for customers who need a real-world architecture recommendation based on AWS expertise, but are not yet ready to build. In a Design Lab, your team will spend one-half to two days in a non-build exercise, discussing architecture pattern and anti-pattern designs for your specific use case, best practices for building, and recommended strategies for design and delivery. Your team will leave with a document reflecting the Data Flywheel Lab's recommendations for your design approach and architecture.
The Build Lab is a two to five day intensive build with a technical customer team. In a Build Lab, your team will spend two to five days building hands-on with your data in your own AWS account with the guidance of AWS service experts and your dedicated AWS Data Flywheel Lab Solutions Architect. Your days will consist of: build, test, review progress, repeat! On the last day of your lab, your team will leave with a validated architecture and working prototype to use as a guide for your production deployment.
What are the Benefits of Serverless Applications on AWS?
Building your next application using a serverless architecture with AWS and Belle Fleur offers you four main benefits:
NO SERVER MANAGEMENTThere is no need to provision or maintain any servers. There is no software or runtime to install, maintain, or administer.
FLEXIBLE SCALINGYour application can be scaled automatically or by adjusting its capacity through toggling the units of consumption, rather than units of individual servers.
HIGH AVAILABILITYServerless applications have built-in availability and fault tolerance, eliminating the need for you to architect these capabilities.
NO IDLE CAPACITYYou don't pay for idle capacity. There is no need to pre- or over-provision capacity for things like compute and storage.
Belle Fleur's Serverless Solutions & Case Studies
Build virtually any type of application or backend service using a serverless architecture.
Web applications and backends
Gain Business and Technical Competitive Advantage with Serverless
Leveraging AWS and Belle Fleur for serverless computing allows you to build scalable, high availability applications for your customers faster.
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