Advantages: you only have to provide one server
Disadvantages: you need to make sure the server is powerful enough to handle both, and if one of them goes horribly wrong, it may affect the other (e.g. if Jira chews up all your CPU, VisualSVN will suffer)
Is it harder to maintain both IIS for Jira and Apache for VisualSVN on the same Windows server? Maybe there are potential issues with having 2 web servers on the same Windows server?
What is the minimum CPU and RAM to run both Jira and VisualSVN on the same Windows server?
No harder than it would be to maintain it on two separate servers.
I don't know VisualSVN well enough to talk about its performance, but see this for Jira: https://confluence.atlassian.com/enterprise/jira-sizing-guide-461504623.html
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