Easiest Way to Configure Multi-Tenancy in 5.5??

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    We have an ESXi 5.5 cluster with vCenter 5.5 for our lab.
    We need to configure it so that another group in my department can share our lab for their testing.
    Ideally, we would like it configured so that they can’t see/use our stuff and vice-versa.
    I’m hoping this can be achieved without having to purchase any other VMware products.
    I guess this would be a multi-tenant config?
    I’m looking for information on how to achieve this in the easiest least complex way.

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