Base executor class to be used for defining any executor plugin.
Async base executor class to be used for defining any executor plugin.
Dask executor class that submits the input function to a running dask cluster.
Local executor class that directly invokes the input function.
A collection of plugins that provide interfaces to various AWS services, enabling users to leverage the power and scalability of AWS for their tasks.
This executor plugin interfaces Covalent with AWS Batch which allows tasks in a covalent workflow to be executed as AWS batch jobs.
This plugin allows executing quantum circuits and quantum-classical hybrid jobs in Amazon Braket when you use Covalent.
This plugin allows tasks to be executed in an AWS EC2 instance (which is auto-created) when you execute your workflow with covalent.
AWS ECS offers very quick spin up times, this executor is a good fit for workflows with a large number of independent tasks that can be dispatched simultaneously.
This executor, users can execute tasks (electrons) or entire lattices using the AWS Lambda serverless compute service.
Covalent Azure Batch executor is an interface between Covalent and Microsoft Azure Batch.
Covalent Google Batch executor is an interface between Covalent and Google Cloud Platform’s Batch compute service.
This executor plugin interfaces Covalent with HPC systems managed by Slurm.
This executor plugin interfaces Covalent with other machines accessible to the user over SSH.
Quantum Executor Plugins
This quantum executor provides efficient access to IBM Quantum backends by using runtime sessions for submitting jobs.
This quantum executor accesses IBM Quantum backends through Pennylane's
This quantum executor accesses quantum resources operating under the qubit model as made available through AWS (
This quantum executor accesses the local Braket quantum circuit simulator (
This quantum executor introduces thread- or process-based parallelism to Pennylane circuits that utilize simulation-based devices (like