LUM runs in a virtualized environment just as it does on a physical server running on OES 2018 SP2 and requires no special configuration or other changes.
To get started with KVM virtualization, see the Introduction to KVM Virtualization in the SLES Virtualization Guide.
To get started with virtualization, see Introduction to Xen Virtualization in the SLES Virtualization Guide.
For information on setting up virtualized OES 2018 SP2, see
Installing, Upgrading, or Updating OES on a VM in the OES 2018 SP3: Installation Guide.
To get started with third-party virtualization platforms, such as Hyper-V from Microsoft and the different VMware product offerings, refer to the documentation for the product that you are using.