I'm aware that Kubernetes uses
containerd internally and that
containerd is part of Docker. Does that mean that Kubernetes only uses certain parts of Docker to provide orchestration of containers? Additionally, how does
runc fit into this ecosystem, I'm aware Kubernetes uses it because CVEs affecting
runc impact Kubernetes.
I've not been able to find out what the technical components of Kubernetes are; there are plenty of diagrams out there showing the logical elements (i.e. masters, nodes, kubelets, deployments, services, pods, etc.). However, I'm trying to get into the details a bit more and understand what parts make up Kubernetes.
Is it possible to describe how Kubernetes is constructed from its components such as
containerd and Docker?