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SFHA Solutions 6.0.1: About virtualization solutions for Linux environments

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Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability (SFHA) Solutions 6.0.1 supports multiple virtualization technologies for Linux environments.

Virtualization technologies enable the creation of isolated virtual machine environments on the same physical system. The virtualized computing environment is abstracted from all physical devices, enabling you to consolidate and centrally manage your workloads on a system.

For information on which Symantec products are supported on which virtualization technologies, see:

Supported Linux virtualization technologies

SFHA Solutions products provide the following functionality for Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) virtual machines:

  • Storage visibility
  • Storage management
  • High availability
  • Cluster failover
  • Replication support

For SFHA Solutions support and recommended product configurations for KVM technology for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), see:

Support for Kernel-based Virtual Machines (KVM) virtualization

For information on supported use cases for SFHA Solutions in KVM environments, see:

KVM environment use cases supported by Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions

Veritas Cluster Server (VCS) supports the following Linux virtualization technologies in addition to KVM:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) technology
  • Microsoft Hyper-V technology
  • Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM) technology

For information on supported VCS configurations and use cases for RHEV environments, see:

For information on supported VCS virtual-to-virtual clustering (in-guest) options for RHEV, Hyper-V, and OVM environments, see:

Virtual to virtual clustering options supported by Veritas Cluster Server

For implementation details for SFHA Virtualization Solutions, see:

Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions Virtualization Guide for Linux

Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability documentation for other releases can be found on the SORT website.