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Microsoft  today at the Build 2017 announced that Windows Server will be soon joining Windows Insider Program. The inclusion of Windows Server will put developers at the fore front of new technologies before they get released to the general public.

Microsoft had last year released Windows Server 2016 after refining the experience and functionality. With the new Windows Insider Program for Windows Server users will be getting access to Windows Server Builds more frequently to test new features and fixes.

Microsoft is also bringing Windows Subsystem for Linus known as Bash on Windows to Windows Server which will ensure customers with great experience in managing and building Linux containers.

 With the Insider Builds for Windows Server the company is bringing some more improvements like Container Optimized Nano Server images to the Docker Hub , Support for Linux Containers, Orchestration and Container Storage.

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