Safe Datastore Orchestration

Monitor and manage your datastores consistently

Consistent Model

What defines a datastore is detailed in the specification document. Building on this document we can reuse concepts and model datastores.

Define once the details of each datastore software and reuse that knowledge for every cluster.

Built on data

Continuous monitoring is used to detect changes and failures.

This information is used to check if the datastore is in the desired state (as determined by the specification document).


Knowing when things are not as expected is good. Automatically bringing things back to the desired state is better!

No need to worry though: the specification can also tell us when it is safe to act. Nothing is done if there is a risk to the data.

Streaming events

Events are generated when states change and are pushed to a streaming platform.

Beside acting as an audit log of events, this powers internal features as well as external tools that can process events independently of the core platform.

Highly Available

Replicante is built to stay on even when some of your servers go off.

This isn’t so much of a feature for the modern infrastructure software but a requirement.

In any case, we got you covered!

Transparent and Trustworthy

Replicante is open source so you can check, audit, and edit the code yourself.

But there is much more to help you understand what happens:

  • Replicante integrates with OpenTracing to show what it does.
  • Internal metrics can help run and visualise the state of the system.
  • Structured logs allow you to audit and debug system activity.