Do companies working with AWS use the AWS Well-architected framework in real life?

I am about to take the AWS Solutions Architect Associate exam, and this exam is mainly designed around the AWS Well-architected framework. Following this framework enables Cloud engineers to design and build reliable, secure, fault-tolerant, productive and cost-effective architectures.Furthermore, it implies to continuously test and find new ways to improve the pillars of the framework.

This framework is great but I wonder if in a work environment this framework is carefully followed and applied?

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