Zapata Orquestra lets companies use quantum computing frameworks to compose, run and analyze quantum workflows at scale. It was used by Early Access Program participants and is now commercially available.
This workflow management tool helps you developing quantum and quantum-inspired workflows and algorithms across use cases and industries.
It creates modular workflows from Python-based code and libraries and deploys them on a hybrid quantum-classical stack. This system makes is simpler to specify the requirements for a workflow.
Orquestra integrates with Qiskit and IBM Quantum’s open quantum systems, Honeywell’s System Model HØ, and Amazon Braket, which provides access to simulators, IonQ and Rigetti.
Use Open Source Tools
Orquestra, now more broadly available to enterprise, government and academic teams, allows users to build their own algorithms and IP. They can begin with Zapata’s fundamental algorithms, and plug-and-play modules written with popular quantum and domain-specific libraries of their choice, including Cirq, Qiskit, PennyLane and PyQuil. Users may also create and share their own modular components, such as Tequila, a Python package created by the Aspuru-Guzik group at University of Toronto’s Matter Lab. Tequila helps translate algorithms researchers might write on a blackboard to deployable code. When used within Orquestra, it enables more effective benchmarking and comparison of algorithms in an abstracted way.
Written By Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com