April 29th was successfully held the webinar “Developing classical/quantum hybrid software with QPath” belonging to the cycle “QPath: The Democratization of Quantum Computing “.
At the webinar Pepe Hevia, aQuantum CTO, presented qSOATM, the Quantum Service Oriented Architecture of QuantumPath (QPath), which facilitates and simplifies the construction of practical hybrid architectures with classical and quantum software systems.
qSOATM is an extension to quantum systems of the SOA distributed systems design paradigm. qSOATM is designed and implemented as part of the QPath architecture, which makes possible, through QPath’s ConnectionPoints, the real-time connection of classical software systems with the quantum computing required services.
To show the power of qSOATM, Pepe Hevia presented at the webinar three excellent practical demos in which this novel architecture has been implemented:
Simple Windows Application
Through this application, it was shown in detail how to develop a classic application that dynamically accesses quantum services using QPath ConnectionPoints
MS Dynamics NAVISION Use Case
In this case, NAVISION is extended through the QPath ConnectionPoints to call a Quantum Gates Random Number Generator to generate a key that makes possible the creation of a hash to protect critical customer information.
MS CRM Dynamics Use Case
In this demo, CRM is extended through the QPath ConnectionPoints to call a Quantum Optimization Annealing algorithm to populate a calendar following a set of rules.
In all the cases, using the powerful QPath capabilities for the agnostic algorithm definition and execution.
If you want to see these demos with the applications running in real-time, view recorded webinar here
You can also view other videos about QPath on the aQuantum Channel