Network control executive: handles switching commands from the OMS and manages their execution.
Data archiving interface: directs scanned and derived system data to an independent long-term archiving system.
Configuration management tool: monitors the status of key components of the D-SCADA network servers, printers, network interfaces, true time devices, database domains, etc. It also allows the user to start and stop D-SCADA on individual servers.
Distribution management system: Distribution management systems vary in complexity. A comprehensive and intricate DMS is capable of managing fault detection, isolation, and recovery and Volt/VAR control while interfacing with (or integrating functionality traditionally found in) distribution SCADA systems, workforce management systems, outage management systems and geographic information systems.