RDS MySQL disable AZ stand by high Availability

For write intensive app it is better disable AZ failover for better performance.

RDS uses synchronous replication and it provides some issues:

DB instances may have increased write and commit latency compared to a Single AZ deployment, due to the synchronous data replication

Transaction success is returned only if the commit is successful both on the primary and the standby DB

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