Consolidating databases has significant storage benefits, therefore everyone should be doing it
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This motion tackle database and storage consolidation. Proponents claim storage consolidation means less storage, which means lower costs. Naysayers argue storage consolidation may actually increase costs and can be hugely complex. Where is the benefit? Read, decide, vote, and comment!