What are three use cases for vSphere Fault Tolerance? (Choose three)
An administrator wants to provide continuous availability if a business-critical application fails.
An administrator wants to provide on-demand fault tolerance for a virtual machine during a critical operation.
An administrator wants to provide fault tolerance for one or more physical servers.
An administrator wants application high availability for application that are not cluster-aware.
An administrator wants to provide continuous availability if a critical hardware component fails.
Updated: 11-9-2011 Challenged by sim0ne (A,D,E)
B,D, and E are correct because:
Essentially FT does not offer Application FT – it only offers FT at the VM level. If the application fails there is nothing FT could do… This would be app monitoring. However the use cases desribed by VMware does use "Not Cluster-Aware" meaning a server with a single point of failure i.e. cannot be clustered so you can use FT to make it a redundant VM.
This question can be found in a VCP-410 Dump with the very same answers.