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The H2020 project TYPHON (Polyglot and Hybrid Persistence Architectures for Big Data Analytics – GA 780251) has started in January 2018.
The aim of TYPHON is to provide a methodology and an integrated technical offering for designing, developing, querying and evolving scalable architectures for persistence, analytics and monitoring of large volumes of hybrid (relational, graph-based, document-based, natural language etc.) data. TYPHON brings together research partners with a long track record of conducting internationally-leading research on software modelling, domain-specific languages, text mining and data migration, and of delivering research results in the form of robust and widely-used open-source software, industrial partners active in the automotive, earth observation, banking, and motorway operation domains, an industrial advisory board of world-class experts in the fields of databases, business intelligence and analytics, and large-scale data management, and a global consortium including more than 400 organisations from all sectors of IT.
The partners of the project are:
- Alpha Bank (GR),
- ATB (DE),
- CLMS (GR),
- Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (NL),
- Edge Hill University (UK),
- GMV (ES),
- Nea Odos (GR),
- The Open Group (UK),
- University of L’Aquila (IT),
- University of Namur (BE),
- University of York (UK),
- Volkswagen (DE)
More information can be found on the Project-Website.