Transition from classical networks to smart grid (SGs) is important both in terms of performance and failure intervention. When this transition is made, the existing network structure must be transformed into a structure suitable for the SGs. The transformation in the physical structure is also required to make the collected data a single centered. One of the most important factors that will improve performance in reading and writing data in systems used in SGs or power plants is the database system. However, when considering the size of the existing grids, the multiplicity of collected data and the speed at which data is read and written are major problems.