Explore the steps required to enable quantum computing workflows on a Kubernetes cluster using the IBM Quantum system as a back end. First, we use the Qiskit operator to quickly create a development environment for implementing quantum circuits. The Qiskit operator launches an integrated Jupyter Notebook with Qiskit and all the necessary Python packages for visualizing the results. We then review basic quantum theory and how it applies in quantum circuits and current quantum devices.
Introduction to using OpenShift and Qiskit
In this session, learn how quantum is at the core of the future of computing, how you can access quantum acceleration on the cloud through an open source co-processor model, and the quantum computing packages available for OpenShift and IBM Quantum. Understand the software stack behind the IBM Quantum API and the class of hard problems that quantum has the opportunity to solve.
Setting up the connection from OpenShift to the IBM Q resources
See what exactly the Red Hat OpenShift Qiskit Operator is and how it can be integrated with a Jupyter Notebook for running quantum circuits using Qiskit.
Demonstration of program integration with Qiskit and quantum
In this demo, you will see how you can use OpenShift to build an application that accesses the IBM Quantum service using Qiskit and Jupyter Notebooks.
Summary and next steps
Want to learn more about processing information by harnessing and using the laws of quantum mechanics? Check out the Quantum computing hub on IBM Developer.