A deeper-dive into Fault Tolerant VMs running on vSAN

After receiving a number of queries about vSphere Fault Tolerance on vSAN over the past couple of weeks, I decided to take a closer look at how Fault Tolerant VMs behave with different vSAN policies. I wanted to take a look at two different policies. The first is when the “failures to tolerate” (commonly referred to as FTT) is set to 0, and the other is when the “failures to tolerate” is set to 1. The question is whether or not we could deploy VMs without any vSAN protection and allow Fault Tolerant VMs to protect them instead.