Updated: Dockershim Removal FAQ | Kubernetes
Authors: Dockershim Adhoc Docs Team
This is an update to the original Dockershim Deprecation FAQ article, published in late 2020.
This document goes over some frequently asked questions regarding the deprecation and removal of dockershim, that was announced as a part of the Kubernetes v1.20 release. For more detail on what that means, check out the blog post Don’t Panic: Kubernetes and Docker.
Kubernetes is Moving on From Dockershim: Commitments and Next Steps
Authors: Sergey Kanzhelev (Google), Jim Angel (Google), Davanum Srinivas (VMware), Shannon Kularathna (Google), Chris Short (AWS), Dawn Chen (Google)
Kubernetes is removing dockershim in the upcoming v1.24 release. We’re excited to reaffirm our community values by supporting open source container runtimes, enabling a smaller kubelet, and increasing engineering velocity for teams using Kubernetes…
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My first work in the cloud native world was working with the SIG Docs team. I helped review some documentation and learned some of their processes. I wasn’t there long before I found out about another great SIG: Contributor Experience. Contributor Experience is all about improving the workflow, removing bottlenecks, and generally making Kubernetes a great project to contribute your time and effort. I knew ContribEx (as it’s called) is where I could make an impact.
Chris Short’s ansible.com blog posts are available here: https://www.ansible.com/blog/author/chris-short
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