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How best to divide Hyper-V resources between 2 groups?

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I have a new SAN attached Hyper-V 2012 R2 5 node cluster test/development environment

I have a SCVMM 2012 R2 VM installed

The requirements for the environment are:
- divide hyper-v resources (60/40) among 2 groups, each with their own separate Active Directory and with the flexibility to change the resource split to 70/30. etc in the future if need be.
- an admin group at the top level that can manage all the resources in the cluster
- admins for each of the 2 groups to self manage the resources they are allocated
- users within each group that can create/delete their own VM's


How do I achieve the requirements?
Would I create a private cloud for each of the 2 groups in VMM or 1 Private cloud that both groups share, or something else altogether?

Thanks in advance for your help!
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Windows Azure Pack would probably be the best fit.

It allows for resource management exclusions as well as tenant resource management. Bonus is that it is free.
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