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Welcome to the Community,
think of virtualization as a server room or rack. You can run multiple VMs on a single physical host, and assign the host's resources as you like. Depending on the VM's workload you may even overcommit memory and/or CPUs and the Hypervisor will take care of resource sharing. However, combining workloads - like you asked for - is nothing virtualization provides.
I have some experience with virtualization - however I was curious whether vmware provide some in-build 'cloud alike' solution.
If VMware do not provide combining workloads - I suspected it a little bit - additional layer is needed.
Thanks for answer.