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Bootable array vs. separate drive for OS and applications

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Is the general consensus moving toward bootable arrays on servers vs. a separate drive for OS and applications?  I noticed a lot of the new U1 servers are constructed with only hot swap bays and no internal bays. This is why I raise the question: is the present school of thought to have the OS and applications on the bootable array?  What are the pros and cons?
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