Managing traffic with Kubernetes ingress controllers

In one of the previous posts, we have learned how to expose arbitrary ports to the outside world using services and load balancers. However, we also found that this is not very efficient - in the worst case, the number of load balancers we need equals the number of services. Specifically for HTTP/HTTPS traffic, there … Continue reading Managing traffic with Kubernetes ingress controllers

Quantum teleportation

Quantum states are in many ways different from information stored in classical systems - quantum states cannot be cloned and quantum information cannot be erased. However, it turns out that quantum information can be transmitted and replicated by combining a quantum channel and a classical channel - a process known as quantum teleportation. Bell states … Continue reading Quantum teleportation

Factoring integers on a quantum computer with Qiskit

After all the work done in the previous posts, we are now ready to actually implement Shor's factoring algorithm on a real quantum computer, using once more IBMs Q Experience and the Qiskit framework. First, recall that Shor's algorithm is designed to factor an integer M, with the restriction that M is supposed to be … Continue reading Factoring integers on a quantum computer with Qiskit