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  1. I have created a system that uses an API to drop utility data into MSQL Server 2008. Once the data is in the db, a web app can query the data to create electric bills. Currently we are working with only one customer but are entertaining expansion and want to approach the growth from the best possible angle. Considering that all data is the same type of data but comes from different customers and sources, would it be best to maintain 1 database with all of the utility meter data streaming to it or would it be best to have a new data base with each customer? Also, assuming we keep it all in the same database, would it be best (assuming we are secure) to have all the individual customers data go to the same tables or have separate tables for separate customers. I'm pretty certain I know the answer but I'm a novice so that means nothing. Thank you for any help with this issue.
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