Azure storage geo-redundancy solution for high availability of both reads and writes as well

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We used RA-GZRS for Azure storage to boost the availability of our application. When the primary is down, we can read from the secondary, but we can't write to it.

However, in order for our application to keep its critical service up and running, it is required that we not only read but also write to storage in the event of a region failure.

Is there a bespoke solution that allows us to read from and write to secondary region Azure storage in the event of a primary region falling down, as there is no built-in solution for the same scenario?
Mar 16 in Azure by Edureka
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In the event that the primary region becomes unavailable, Azure Storage allows you to perform a manual failover from primary to secondary. This strategy might be used to achieve high availability.
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