Trusted Advisor Priority feature is now available for Enterprise Support customers


Recently, AWS announced the general availability of new capacity for their Trusted Advisor Service with Priority to trusted advisorsenabling enterprise support customers to manually establish context-based, prioritized recommendations by the AWS account team based on their knowledge of the customer’s environment and machine-generated checks from the services AWS.

AWS Trusted Advisor is a service that continuously analyzes customers’ AWS accounts and provides recommendations to help them follow AWS best practices and Well-structured guidelines. The service currently implements over 200 controls in five categories: cost optimization, performance, security, fault tolerance, and service limits. Depends on support level (AWS Basic Support, AWS Developer Support, AWS Sales SupportWhere AWS Enterprise Support), customers either have access to basic security and service limits checks, or access to all checks.

With the Priority ability, Enterprise Support customers have a prioritized view of critical risks, which displays prioritized contextual recommendations and actionable insights based on business outcomes. Additionally, it also highlights risks proactively identified by customers’ AWS account team to alert and address critical cloud-related risks resulting from deviations from AWS best practices.

The capacity was in Insight earlier this year. The GA release now includes new features such as delegating Trusted Advisor Priority administrative rights to up to five AWS Organizations member accounts, sending daily or weekly email summaries to other contacts in the account, and the ability for customers to set IAM access policies for Trusted Advisor. Priority.

Sebastien Stormacqleading developer advocate at Amazon Web Services, says in AWS news blog post:

Trusted Advisor uses multiple sources to set priorities. On the one hand, it uses signals from other AWS services, such as AWS Compute Optimizer, Amazon GuardDuty or VPC Flow Logs. On the other hand, it uses the context organized manually by your AWS account team (Account Manager, Technical Account Manager, Solutions Architect, Customer Solutions Manager and others) and the knowledge they have about your production accounts. , your critical applications and your critical applications. workloads.


Other public cloud providers, such as Microsoft, offer services similar to AWS Trusted Advisor. Microsoft Azure Advisor analyzes customer configurations and usage telemetry and provides personalized, actionable recommendations to help customers optimize their Azure resources for reliability, security, operational excellence, performance, and cost. Recommendations flow from Azure Well-structured setting.

AWS Trusted Advisor Priority is available in all commercial AWS Regions where Trusted Advisor is available, except for the two AWS Regions in China. It is available at no additional cost to Enterprise Support customers.


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