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Orquestra® is the unified platform for building and deploying quantum-ready applications

Orquestra is being used with leading hardware interfaces:

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A closer look

How Orquestra Works: deep dive.

01 – Compose quantum workflows

02 – Conduct workflows across quantum and classical hardware

03 – Record results, packaged in a database

01 – Compose quantum workflows

01 – Compose quantum workflows

Work at the right level- tools to create workflows but get close to the hardware when you need.

Compose workflows in the YAML-compatible Zapata Quantum Workflow Language (ZQWL).  Arrange component tasks and algorithms, and tune parameters across workflows and quantum devices. Organize and share workflows by the project.

Leverage Orquestra’s open-source and proprietary quantum libraries. Wrappers exist for open-source algorithms (e.g., from Qiskit, Cirq, and Forest). ​Industry and use case-specific Orquestra Pro Packs are available, which include Zapata’s proprietary algorithms, optimized implementations of public algorithms, and specialized data post-processing.

02 – Conduct workflows across quantum and classical hardware

02 – Conduct workflows across quantum and classical hardware

Deploy, Scale, parallelize — get the resources you need.

Submit your workflows to the Orquestra Quantum Engine (OQE) servers via REST API. Run-on quantum and classical devices including quantum gate model computers, quantum annealers, and quantum-inspired classical devices.

03 – Record results, packaged in a database

03 – Record results, packaged in a database

Data management that gets you answers fast.

The Orquestra Data Correlation Service (ODCS) organizes intermediate and final workflow data in a secured Mongo Database. Export data for analysis in Excel, a Jupyter notebook, or Tableau. Advanced quantum analytics tools and custom post-processors available.