After installing kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) and Veritas InfoScale Solutions products and creating the virtual machines, you can configure your KVM resources to optimize your environment. Configuration processes vary depending on the Veritas InfoScale Solutions you want to configure:
If you are using Dynamic Multi-Pathing (DMP), Storage Foundation (SF), SFHA, or Storage Foundation Cluster File System High Availability (SFCFSHA) in your guests or hosts, you can optimize your storage for visibility and convenient management.
See Configuring storage.
If you are using Cluster Server (VCS), SFHA, or SFCFSHA in your guests or hosts, you can optimize your network to make your KVM resources highly available.