If you're specifically talking about SQL here, you may want to consider creating a highly-available SQL environment in an AAG. For other systems, vSphere Replication may work but there are many infrastructure caveats there.
FT is not sure. Our processor do not support FT.
SQL Server AAG license very expensive fur us. (I can imagine what are you thinking) But it is a reality.
Redundancy and resiliency cost money. If you're thinking you can magically solve any of this by slinging some free software or clicking a check box, you're mistaken. All of these approaches have a cost, even if they're "free".
You can use vSphere Replication. With a minimum of 15 minutes RPO, you can send the virtual machine from the production site to the disaster site. I've done hundreds of virtual machine replication, but so far, the operating system does not open, crash, I have not encountered such a problem.
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