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As more and more enterprises turn to Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud, IoT (SMACT) technologies to improve competitiveness, complications inevitably arise. Simply put, traditional technologies already in place are unable to fulfill the integration requirements of SMACT. Indeed, by 2020, 60% of an enterprise’s time and expenditure will likely be invested in integration, global research and advisory firm Gartner estimates. To mitigate this expense, Gartner believes that a hybrid integration platform is essential, to empower digital transformation.

Huawei’s integration platform — ROMA — is the culmination of successive evolutions in IT architecture developed over more than a decade, to meet the changing demands of digital transformation — including Huawei’s own transformation challenges.

A platform to accelerate digital strategy implementation and help improve enterprise Return On Investment (ROI), ROMA offers comprehensive integration for applications, businesses, clouds, and devices — “ABCD” — connecting applications and data to eliminate data silos, enterprises and partners to explore ecosystem value, and Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT), bridging physical and digital worlds.

  • The Integration of All Data

    Supporting integration of data, messages, APIs, and IoT devices.
  • Multiple Scenarios

    Satisfying integration requirements in diverse enterprise scenarios.
  • Efficient Service Development

    Accelerating development and cutting service rollout times, down from months to days.

What can ROMA do for your enterprise?

ROMA is a data and technology convergence platform that aggregates new ICT capabilities and helps industry customers with integration across applications, businesses, clouds, and devices.

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  • Applications

    Connecting applications and data to eliminate data silos.

  • Business

    Connecting enterprises and ecosystem partners to fully explore the ecosystem value and exceed the capabilities of standalone enterprise systems.

  • Clouds

    Connecting on- and off-cloud systems to exceed the capabilities of an isolated enterprise.

  • Devices

    Connecting IT and OT to build a bridge between the physical and digital worlds.

Platform Overview

The hybrid integration platform ROMA consists of the following components:

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  • FDI

    Fast Data Integration (FDI) supports quick, flexible, and non-intrusive data integration across data sources, networks, and clouds.

  • MQS

    Message Queue Service (MQS) provides message cloud services, including topic management, publishing and subscription management, message tracking, and visualized Operations and Maintenance (O&M).

  • API Connect

    API Connect is an Application Programming Interface (API) management component, which implements full lifecycle management and End to End (E2E) integration from API design to development, management, and release.

  • LINK

    The Link component implements device integration and enables Internet of Things (IoT) applications, such as quick device access and data collection, based on an edge framework and secure data channel.

ROMA: Facilitating the Digital Upgrade of Industries

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  • Industry 01

    ROMA: A Result of More Than 10 Years of Huaweis Digital Transformation Practices

    Huawei uses ROMA to facilitate internal, internal-external, and inter-cloud communications. Externally, it attempts to manage enterprise boundaries, and quickly introduce mature services from external systems. Internally, it builds a bridge between business applications and between IT and OT devices (OT devices of warehouses, factories, stores, and others). To date, ROMA has implemented collaboration among applications of global data centers and achieved integration of more than 600 business applications. There are 17,000 integration points, and 2 billion daily data records.

  • Industry 02

    Guangdong Power Grid Builds a Digital Campus with ROMA

    ROMA, a key component of the intelligent campus solution, aggregates a large amount of campus device and subsystem data, which is provided for the upstream data lake to speed up the campus digital transformation.

  • Industry 03

    ROMA Helps Build an Intelligent Lanzhou New Area

    Intelligent city projects usually require the integration of a large amount of structured data, real-time message data from IoT devices, and Internet API data. ROMA can converge diverse types of complex data, which cannot be handled by traditional ETL tools.

  • Industry 04

    Shenzhen Airport Collaborates with Huawei to Build a Future-oriented Airport

    As a part of the Horizon Digital Platform, ROMA helps with the development of comprehensive security protection, operations control, and services, attempting to build a future-oriented airport for Shenzhen.


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