Looks like VMware with vsphere (and vcenter?) is able to allocate resources 
(vcpu for instance) across hosts for a single VM ? Is this possible with 
kubernetes for containers ?
Can kubernetes pool vcpu between multiple hosts/nodes for one container ?

I am really intrigued by this statement - 
"You can dynamically change resource allocation policies. For example, at 
year end, the workload on Accounting increases, and which requires an 
increase in the Accounting resource pool reserve of 4GHz of power to 6GHz. 
You can make the change to the resource pool dynamically without shutting 
down the associated virtual machines."

Each physical host is 4Ghz, but this doc says it can pull 2Ghz out of the 
second host. Is it because of ESXi ?


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