New Maestro applications that are created (or upgraded) to Kubernetes v1.24+ will now use containerd on the backend as a direct replacement for Docker. This changes was driven by the Kubernetes platform, and means that Docker will no longer be present on Maestro applications in future.
This is just a heads-up notification, customers should not notice any operational difference. Builds, deployments, configurations should still continue to work exactly as they did before!
If you want to read more about this change, please see the official release notes!