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SQL 2008 R2 Services Deployment Best Practice

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IWe have an environment where we have A sql server with Database and repoprting services running on it. Out devoplment team now wants to install analysis services on this server. My concern is putting so much on one server, if something breaks troubleshooting could be a proble. I have a cluster setup right now with just databases on it. I am thinking of creating a virtual machine for reporting services and one for analysis services and possibly clustering them later. Can someone provide documentation opn the best practice for deploying sql services? Would this be best practice to place the services on a seperate virtual machine? I am more concerned about ease of fixing an issue then taking up real estae in my environment at this time.    Thanx
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