After you deploy the cloud management layer in Region B, to reach full functionality and operability of the layer, perform the necessary post-deployment product configuration tasks. Procedure Edit the DNS Configuration for the vRealize Suite Products in the Cloud Management LayerTo avoid availability disruptions for the vRealize Suite products in the cloud management layer in case of a disaster in the primary region, you reconfigure the preferred and alternative DNS servers to DNS servers that both regions of the SDDC can access. Configure Content Library in Region BContent libraries are container objects for VM templates, vApp templates, and other types of files. vSphere administrators can use the templates in the library to deploy virtual machines and vApps in the vSphere inventory. Sharing templates and files across multiple vCenter Server instances in same or different locations brings out consistency, compliance, efficiency, and automation in deploying workloads at scale. Create Reservation Policies in Region BYou use reservation policies to group similar reservations together. Create the reservation policy tag first, then add the policy to reservations to allow a tenant administrator or business group manager to use the reservation policy in a blueprint. Create Reservations for the Shared Edge and Compute Cluster in Region BBefore members of a business group can request machines, fabric administrators must allocate resources to them by creating a reservation. Each reservation is configured for a specific business group to grant them access to request machines on a specified compute resource. Create Reservations for the User Edge Resources in Region BBefore members of a business group can request virtual machines, fabric administrators must allocate resources to that business group by creating a reservation. Each reservation is configured for a specific business group to grant them access to request virtual machines on a specified compute resource. Create Virtual Machines Using VM Templates in the Content Library in Region BvRealize Automation cannot directly access virtual machine templates in the content library. You must create a virtual machine using the virtual machine templates in the content library, then convert the template in vCenter Server. Perform this procedure on all vCenter Servers compute clusters you add to vRealize Automation, including the first vCenter Server compute instance. Convert Virtual Machines to VM Templates in Region BYou can convert a virtual machine directly to a template instead of making a copy by cloning. Configure Single Machine Blueprints in Region BVirtual machine blueprints determine the attributes of a virtual machine, the manner in which it is provisioned, and its policy and management settings. Configure Unified Single Machine Blueprints for Cross-Region Deployment in Region BTo provision blueprints from a specific vRealize Automation deployment to multiple regions, you define the additional regions in vRealize Automation, and associate the blueprints with those locations.