D-Wave’s Leap service is the first cloud based quantum application environment that gives developers real-time access to a live quantum computer. In this video, we’ll use the Leap service to build a simple application to monitor a crop health sensor network.
Entanglement, superposition, tunneling, there are some crucial concepts for us to understand to be able to harness quantum technology and through animations, code, and explanations.
End result:- Ubuntu VM in Azure- Azure PublicIP and Firewall configurations pre-built- Your own BridgeChain node and ARK Explorer running in < 20 minutes- Re-usable and customizable deployment scriptScript available at : ARK Azure on GitHub1.
ARK BridgeChain— Azure Guide Your own customizable BridgeChain and Explorer in < 20 minutesThis deployment method can be used to jump-start your journey to your own BridgeChain in the process outlined here (ARK Deployer)Pre-Requisites: Active Microsoft Azure account (Trial is OK) and basic knowledge on how to connect via SSH (E.G.
Resource Group — ‘Create New’ only option that will work unless you wish to edit the template yourself.
This is a very low-cost resource VM for tutorial purposes (can be scaled-up after deployment if desired or via template adjustment).
Virtual Machine Quick DeploymentNavigate to: https://github.Com/ArkEcosystem/ark-azureClick on the big blue “Deploy to Azure” button to be taken to Portal.Azure.Com.