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Most FreeBSD configuration is done by editing text files. Because of this, it is a good idea to become familiar with a text editor. FreeBSD comes with a few as part of the base system, and many more are available in the Ports Collection.

A simple editor to learn is ee (1). which stands for easy editor. To start this editor, type ee filename where filename is the name of the file to be edited. Once inside the editor, all of the commands for manipulating the editor's functions are listed at the top of the display. The caret ( ^ ) represents Ctrl. so ^e expands to Ctrl + e. To leave ee (1). press Esc. then choose the “ leave editor ” option from the main menu. The editor will prompt to save any changes if the file has been modified.

FreeBSD also comes with more powerful text editors, such as vi (1). as part of the base system. Other editors, like editors/emacs and editors/vim. are part of the FreeBSD Ports Collection. These editors offer more functionality at the expense of being more complicated to learn. Learning a more powerful editor such as vim or Emacs can save more time in the long run.

Many applications which modify files or require typed input will automatically open a text editor. To change the default editor, set the EDITOR environment variable as described in Section�3.9, “Shells” .

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Computational Investing I

Computational Investing I Computational Investing, Part I

keywords: algorithmic, algorithms, trading, finance, equities, markets, quantitative finance, georgia tech, gt, Tucker Balch

Course Goals

At the end of the course you will have created a working market simulator that you can use to test your own investing strategies. You will understand the basic principles of Modern Portfolio Theory and Active Portfolio Management.

  • Understand electronic markets.
  • Understand market data.
  • Write software to visualize market data.
  • Write software to discover market data.
  • Create a market simulator.
Prerequisite Knowledge

Who this course is for The course is intended for people with strong software programming experience and introductory level knowledge of investment practice. A primary prerequisite is an interest and excitement about the stock market. You should have strong programming skills to succeed in this course. Here's a quiz you can take to see if you have strong programming skills compinvesti-prog-quiz

Who this course is not for If you already use advanced software tools such as Mean Variance Optimizers in your regular investing practice, you will probably find that you are "overqualified" for this course.

Software we'll use In order to complete the programming assignments you will also need to become familiar with basic Unix commands, and you must download and install a set of Python modules to your computer (including NumPy, SciPy, Pandas, and QSTK).For more information about installing the software you will need, visit QSToolKit_Installation_Guide. The software works well on windows and Ubuntu unix. Some people have success with MacOS, but that is not as strongly supported.

Logistics

Course Textbook The textbook for this course is What Hedge Funds Really Do by Philip Romero and Tucker Balch. You can learn about purchase information here: [1]

Grading Policy The first week will have a multiple choice quiz and in the following weeks you'll have a programming assignment each week. A total score of 70% or higher will guarantee a passing grade in the course.

Expectations Participants are expected to:

  • Watch all lecture videos every week
  • Complete assigned readings in the textbook
  • Complete all weekly assignments if any
  • Complete all quizzes
  • Abide by the standards of academic honesty – plagiarism and any form of cheating will not be tolerated and will result in the removal of the participant from the course
  • Seek help if needed

Communication & Etiquette Please communicate with the instructor and staff via the online forums. Because there are so many students, it is not possible for us to respond individually to every question. We will be using Piazza for the discussion forums in this class. The link can be either found the left navigation bar or [2]. Written language will be primary means of communication. As such, there can be miscommunication as there is no intonation in these written communications. Please be positive, supportive and constructive in your comments and forum postings. Please avoid any rude comments about the fellow students and posting anything that might hurt the sentiments of others.

Enrolling This course is being run through coursera.org. Please visit the course site for details and to sign up: https://www.coursera.org/course/compinvesting1

See the wiki page for the OMS / Udacity version OMS_ML4T_I

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is considered a serious offense. Please make sure that all materials that you submit in any assignments, projects or quizzes are your own. If you copy and paste or copy word for word from the Internet or any other source, that is considered plagiarism. You will be immediately removed from the class if you plagiarize.

Useful Resources Assignments

Due dates for Fall 2014 session

  • QUIZ: Market Mechanics (Due Sunday Sept 21)
  • Homework 0: Install QSTK (Due Sunday Sept 28)
  • Homework 1: Assess and optimize a portfolio: CompInvestI_Homework_1 (Due Sunday Oct 5)
  • Homework 2: Event Studies: CompInvestI_Homework_2 (Due Sunday Oct 12)
  • Homework 3: Build a Market Simulator: CompInvesti_Homework_3 (Due Sunday Oct 19)
  • Homework 4: Event Study into Simulator CompInvesti_Homework_4 (Due Sunday Oct 26)
  • Homework 5: Implement Bollinger Bands CompInvesti_Homework_5 (Due Sunday Nov 2)
  • Homework 6: Event Study with Bollinger Bands CompInvesti_Homework_6 (Due Sunday Nov 9)
  • Homework 7: Back Test with Bollinger Bands CompInvesti_Homework_7 (Due Sunday Nov 9)
Challenge Puzzles Syllabus Week 1

Readings for Week 1 Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Module 1: Course Overview
    • Video 11*: Learning objectives of for the course [*need to reshoot to emphasize programming difficulty]
      • Who is this course for?
      • Logistics
      • Instructor background
  • Module 2: So you want to be a fund manager?
    • Video 21: Module learning objectives
      • Viewpoint of course
      • Incentives for portfolio managers
      • Two main types of hedge fund
    • Video 22: Common metrics for assessing fund performance
      • Annual return
      • Risk
      • Reward/Risk
    • Video 23: Common metrics for assessing fund performance
      • Sharpe Ratio
    • Video 24: Demo
      • Download historical data
      • Manipulate historical data in Excel
  • Module 3: Market Mechanics
    • Video 31: Module objectives
      • Major order types
      • The order book
      • How market orders drive prices up and down
      • Live example
    • Video 32: Order book recap
      • How orders flow from trader to execution
      • Colocated computing
      • Mechanics of short selling
    • Video 33: How hedge funds exploit market mechanics
      • Order book-based trading
      • Arbitrage
    • Video 34: The computing inside a hedge fund
      • Trading algos
      • Optimizers
      • Forecasters
  • Module 4: Interview with Paul Jiganti
    • Video 310: How your order gets to the market Part 1
    • Video 320: How your order gets to the market Part 2
    • Video 330: What happened with Knight Capital
  • QUIZ: Market Mechanics
Week 2

Readings for Week 2 Chapters 5, 6, 7

  • Module 1: What is a Company Worth?
    • Video 41: Intrinsic value: Value of future dividends
    • Video 42: How and why news affects prices (Event Study)
    • Video 43: Fundamental analysis of company value
  • Module 2: Capital Assets Pricing Model
    • Video 71: Capital Assets Pricing Model
    • Video 72: CAPM: What is Beta
    • Video 73: How Hedge Funds use CAPM
  • Module 3: QSTK Software Overview
    • Video 61*: QSTK software overview
    • Video 63: Installing QSTK on a Mac
    • Video 81: Installing QSTK on Windows and testing QSTK on Windows
  • Module 4: Working with Historical Data* [need to add this module. Daily returns, cumulative returns, etc.]
  • Homework 0: Install QSTK
Week 3
  • Module 1: Manipulating Data in Python with Numpy
    • Video 51: Numpy Part 1
    • Video 52: Numpy Part 2
    • Video 53: Numpy Part 3
  • Module 2: Manipulating Data in QSTK
    • Video 171: QSTK Part 1
    • Video 172: QSTK Part 2
    • Video 173*: QSTK Part 3 [*show how to do major steps for HW1, discuss cached data]
  • Module 3: Homework 1: Analyze and Optimize a Portfolio
    • Video 181: Homework 1 Overview
    • Video 182: Homework 1 Excel example
  • Module 4: Interview with Tom Sosnoff
    • Video 340: Sosnoff Part 1
    • Video 350: Sosnoff Part 2
    • Video 360: Sosnoff Part 3
  • Homework 1: Create and analyze a portfolio
Week 4

Readings for Week 4: Chapter 8, 10, 11

  • Module 1: Efficient Markets Hypothesis and Event Studies
    • Video 91: Where does information come from? Arbitrage: Difference between real value and market price
    • Video 92: 3 Versions of Efficient Markets Hypothesis. Is EMH True?
    • Video 93: Event Studies
    • Video 94*: Event Studies Code Demo. Homework 2 Defined. (uses old code)
  • Module 2: Portfolio Optimization and the Efficient Frontier
    • Video 111: Module Objectives and Overview
    • Video 112: The Inputs and Outputs of a Portfolio Optimizer
    • Video 113: The Importance of Correlation and Covariance (in daily returns)
    • Video 114: The Efficient Frontier
    • Video 115: How Optimizers Work (In general, not just for portfolios)

Homework 2: Event Studies

Week 5

Readings for Week 5: Chapters 12, 13, 14

  • Module 1: Digging Into Data
    • Video 121: Module Objectives and Overview (Review of the "Correct Answers" to the $5 Event Studies, Survivor Bias)
    • Video 122: Actual vs Adjusted Prices (Dividends & Splits)
    • Video 123: Data Scrubbing (Checking for Sanity)
  • Module 2: Overview of Homework 3
    • Video 131: How Next Two Homeworks Fit Together
    • Video 132: Specification for Homework 3
    • Video 133: Suggestions on Implementation of Homework 3
  • Homework 3*: Build a Market Simulator [clean up example data CSVs]
Week 6

Readings for Week 6: Chapters 7, 9

  • Module 1: Overview of Homework 4
    • Video 161: Review of How to Assess Event Study
    • Video 162: Overview of Homework 4
  • Module 2: The Fundamental Law
    • Video 151: Coin Flipping
    • Video 152: Fundamental Law Part 1
    • Video 153: Fundamental Law Part 2
  • Module 3: CAPM for Portfolios: Managing Market Risk
    • Video 141: CAPM recap, overview for portfolios
    • Video 142: Example use of CAPM for long/short bet removing market risk
  • Homework 4: Event Study into Simulator
Week 7
  • Module 1: Information Feeds and Technical Analysis
    • Video 191: Example Information Feeds
    • Video 192: Intro to Technical Analysis
    • Video 193: Some Example Technical Indicators
    • Video 194: Bollinger Bands
  • Homework 5: Implement Bollinger Bands
Week 8
  • Module 1: Making a Better Market Simulator
    • Commissions
    • Market Impact (Slippage)
  • Module 2: Brief Introduction to Machine Learning
    • Parameterized models
    • Instance based models
  • Module 3: Arbitrage
  • Homework 6: Event Study with Bollinger Bands
  • Homework 7: Bollinger Band-based trading
Legacy Assignments

These are assignments that appeared in previous offerings of the course.

Qstk homework 3-10

Odin is a utility software developed and used internally by Samsung which can be used to flash a Custom Recovery firmware image (as opposed to the Stock recovery firmware image) to a Samsung Android device. It is also used as a way of unbricking an Android device. There is no account of Samsung ever having officially released it, and is believed to be the result of an unintentional leak.
Odin is Windows only software, providing no support for other operating systems, though it is possible to use Wineskin on the Odin executable, allowing it to run on OS X.

Odin3 v3.10.7 Screenshots

Changelog
v3.10.5
to support ufs device type
to implement UX of Mass D/W (56 port)
to change UX of Odin3 (remove some options)

v3.10.3
to implement getDeviceInfo (protocol_version 3)
to support feature phone (1MB xmit size for device type PARTITION_DEV_TYPE_NAND_WB1)
to change sequence of RQT_INIT_DATA_SALESCODE for prevent erase parameter
to implement file Drag&Drop

v3.09.5
to support SM-R350 (4MB xmit size for device type PARTITION_DEV_TYPE_NOR)
to fix bugs of binary which has offset over 4G in tar.

Added Odin 3.10.0 @ 9 April 2014
Added Odin 3.10.5 @ 11 January 2015
Added Odin 3.10.6 @ 11 January 2015
Added official changelogs of Odin versions (3.10.5, 3.10.3, v3.09.5) @ 21 May 2015
Added Odin 3.10.7 @ 21 August 2015
Added Odin 3.11.1 @ 13 May 2016 (Credits to @hiepgia )
Added Odin 3.12.3 @ 6 July 2016 (Credits to @ohap )

Feel free to share them anywhere else and don't forget to give credits

Have fun flashing

I dug this up a few months ago in April for my Upgrading and Downgrading via Odin to preserve KNOX 0x0 and warranty. it features Auto-FOTA and Auto-PIT(altho unverified) was an internal Samsung release I grabbed from one of their servers. a search on XDA could have shown you that its been around :P

4.x-to-4.4.2-SAFEUP-or-DOWNgrade w Root&SafeStrap.
Odin 3.10 (The newest and best option for Odin.) SuperSu 1.94 (IN both a flashable thru Safestrap .zip and a .apk - thanks to Chainfire)
forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2720163

gogOdin-ODINv3.10.rar
OTA. no type: Tool size: 802.5KB upload date: Apr-20-2014, 09:04PM

I dug this up cannot verify its the newest version or that it is real, pretty sure it includes Auto-Fota which I believe maybe a temp auto backup of the files odin will write over possibly temporarily stored in blk 22 not 100% sure as just searching for this new version yields 0 results until now. ini file has been modified to show support for i545 but this should be compatible with any phone already using Odin. Maybe referred jokingly as gogOdin
link
share url
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407587822
hey OP feel free to mirror or give credit

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Garmin: Forerunner 220 Updates - Downloads

Updates & Downloads Change History Changes made from version 3.00 to 3.10:
  • Improved the instantaneous pace filter.
  • Improved the foot pod auto calibration algorithm.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause data screens to be changed after a software update.
  • Updated translations.
Changes made from version 2.90 to 3.00:
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the watch to randomly reset during an activity when connected to the heart rate monitor.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the watch to reset while doing a user-defined workout.
  • Fixed various minor issues.
  • Updated translations.
Changes made from version 2.80 to 2.90:
  • Fixed an issue where incorrect pace/speed smoothing could be applied during certain activities.
  • Changes to support manufacturing.
Changes made from version 2.70 to 2.80:
  • Added support for automatic calibration of the foot pod by GPS.
  • Added support for an elevation data field.
  • Changed alerts during running workouts to be based on lap pace/speed rather than instantaneous pace/speed.
  • Fixed an issue where Auto Pause could fail to work correctly when using a custom pace/speed setting.
  • Fixed an issue where distance could fail to accumulate during an activity.
  • Updated translations.
Changes made from version 2.60 to 2.70:
  • Fixed issue that could cause watch to stop recording distance.
Changes made from version 2.50 to 2.60:
  • Corrected issued with GPS failing to update when GPS is disabled.
  • Various minor fixes.
Changes made from version 2.20 to 2.50:
  • Fixed issue where the reported battery capacity could be inaccurate.
  • Improvements to indoor distance and pace calculations.
  • Improvements to the interaction between foot pod and GPS.
  • Fixed issue with resetting totals not working correctly.
  • Added feature to inform the user when returning to the target range of a workout step.
  • Fixed various issues with smartphone connectivity and the LiveTrack feature.
  • Fixed issue with running workouts contained in triathlon/mixed sport schedules not being retained on the device.
  • Fixed several other minor issues.
  • Updated translations.
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PowerVault MD3 10Gb iSCSI Array Series Management
  • 2nd generation multi-protocol Modular Disk Storage Manager, Java based user interface
    Multi-path graphical software provides failover management of redundant data paths between the server and storage array

MD3800i, MD3820i Standard Features
Dynamic Disk Pools (DDP):* Optional configuration to RAID disk management
VAAI support: Available for customers using VMware vStorage APIs for Array Integration,
vCenter Plug-in: Available for customers using VMware vSphere
VASA: vStorage API for Storage Awareness, available for use in conjunction with the vCenter Plugin
SRA: Sight Recover Manager, available for use with vCenter Plugin
ALUA: Active-Active LUN Access
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Thin Provisioning: Allocate and consume physical storage capacity as needed
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MD3860i Standard Features
Same features as MD3800i
High Performance Tiering: Increases array I/O performance
SSD Cache: Accelerates application performance by utilizing SSD drives as extended controller read cache

Optional Premium Features
Snapshots: Up to 128 snapshots per virtual disk and 512 per system
Snapshots Plus Virtual Disk Copy: Up to 512 simultaneous virtual disk copies
HPT firmware upgrade increases array IO performance*
Additional Hard Drives: Capacity up to 180* or 192* hard drives
Remote Replication: Asynchronous and synchronous
SSD Cache: Accelerates application performance by utilizing SSD drives as extended controller read cache* Power

  • Wattage – MD3800i and MD3820i support DC power supply
    MD3800i/MD3820i: AC - 600W peak output; DC 700W
    MD3860i: AC - 1755W

Maximum Heat Dissipation
MD3800i/MD3820i: 2047 BTU/hr
MD3860i: 5988 BTU/hr

Voltage
MD3800i/MD3820i: 100V to 240V AC; 48V DC
MD3860i: 220V AC, auto ranging, 50Hz/60Hz

Connectivity
  • Two 10GBASE-T Ethernet ports per controller

MD34x0 and MD38x0x controllers are not compatible with the older generation arrays (MD32x0x and MD36x0x).

Single Controller Models
MD3800i and MD3820i. Support up to 64 servers when configured with 10Gb iSCSI. Available with 4GB cache controllers.

Dual Controller Models
MD3800i, MD3820i, MD3860i. Support up to 64 servers when configured with 10Gb iSCSI. Available with option of 4GB or 8GB cache controllers.

Controller features:
Each controller contains 4GB or 8GB of battery-backed cache
Dual controllers operate in an active-active environment mirroring each other’s cache
Cache protection is provided via flash memory for permanent data protection
Dynamic Disk Pools* (DDP) eliminates the need for complex RAID management while optimizing data protection, and can be used with existing RAID configurations

Dual controllers required for the MD3860i dense arrays Storage

  • Drives
    Hot swappable drives:
    MD3800i. Up to twelve (12) 3.5" SAS, NL-SAS, SSD, SED
    MD3820i. Up to twenty-four (24) 2.5" SAS, NL-SAS, SSD, SED
    MD3860i. Up to sixty (60) 2.5’ or 3.5” SAS, NL-SAS, SSD, SED

MD3800i
3.5"--15,000 RPM SAS drives available in 300GB, 450GB*. 600GB*
3.5"--7,200 RPM NL-SAS drives available in 500GB, 1TB*. 2TB*. 3TB*. 4TB*. 6TB, 8TB
3.5” -- 10K RPM SAS: 600GB
Solid-State Drive (SSD) available in 200GB, 400GB, 800GB (WI); 400GB, 800GB, 1.6TB (MU); 800GB, 1.6TB (RI) (available with 3.5" HDD carriers)

MD3820i
2.5"--15,000 RPM SAS drives available in 146GB*. 300GB*. 600GB*
2.5"--10,000 RPM SAS drives available in 146GB, 300GB*. 600GB*. 900GB*. 1.2TB*. 1.8TB
2.5"--7,200 RPM NL-SAS drives available in 500GB*. 1TB*. 2TB
2.5"--SSD available in 200GB, 400GB, 800GB (WI); 400GB, 800GB, 1.6TB (MU); 800GB, 1.6TB (RI)

MD3860i
3.5"--7,200 RPM NL-SAS drives available in 500GB, 1TB*. 2TB*. 3TB*. 4TB*. 6TB, 8TB
2.5"--15,000 RPM SAS drives available in 146GB*. 300GB*. 600GB*
2.5"--10,000 RPM SAS drives available in 146GB, 300GB*. 600GB*. 900GB*. 1.2TB*. 1.8TB
2.5"--7,200 RPM Near-line SAS drives available in 500GB* ,1TB*. 2TB
2.5"--SSD available in 200GB, 400GB, 800GB (WI); 400GB, 800GB, 1.6TB (MU); 800GB, 1.6TB (RI) (available with 3.5" HDD carriers)

MD3060e
3.5" --7,200 RPM NL-SAS drives available in 500GB, 1TB*. 2TB*. 3TB*. 4TB*. 6TB, 8TB
2.5"--15,000 RPM SAS drives available in 146GB*. 300GB*. 600GB*
2.5"--10,000 RPM SAS drives available in 146GB, 300GB*. 600GB*. 900GB*. 1.2TB*. 1.8TB
2.5"--7,200 RPM NL-SAS drives available in 500GB*. 1TB*. 2TB
2.5"--SSD available in 200GB, 400GB, 800GB (WI); 400GB, 800GB, 1.6TB (MU); 800GB, 1.6TB (RI) (available in 3.5” HDD carriers)

See the Dell PowerVault MD Series Support Matrix on Dell Support

Expansion Capabilities
Up to 192 drives with MD1200/MD1220 expansion enclosures (MD3800i, MD3820i)*
Up to 180 drive with the MD3060e dense enclosure (MD3860i only)* RAID

Hot Swappable controllers

Single Controller Models (MD3800i and MD3820i)
Supports up to 64 servers when configured with a Fibre Channel switch

Dual Controller Models (MD3800i, MD3820i and MD3860i)
Supports up to 64 servers when configured with Fibre Channel switches
MD3060e Contains two hot-swappable enclosure management modules (EMMs)

RAID Levels
Support for RAID levers 0, 1, 10, 5, 6
Up to 192/180* physical disks per group in RAID 0, 10
Up to 30 physical disks per group in RAID 5, 6
Up to 512 virtual disks
(DDP)*

Chassis
  • Height x Width x Depth
    MD3800i. 8.68cm (3.42") x 44.63cm (17.57") x 60.20cm (23.7")
    MD3820i. 8.68cm (3.42") x 44.63cm (17.57") x 54.90cm (21.61")
    MD3860i. 17.78cm (7.0") x 48.26cm (19.0") x 82.55cm (32.5")
    MD3060e. 17.78cm (7.0") x 48.26cm (19.0") x 82.55cm (32.5")

Weight
MD3800i. 29.30kg (64.6 lbs) (maximum configuration)
MD3820i. 24.22kg (53.4 lbs) (maximum configuration)
MD3860i. 105.20kg (232.0 lbs) (maximum configuration)
MD3060e. 105.23kg (232 lbs) (maximum configuration)

Rack Support for MD3800i, MD3820i
Dell ReadyRails™ II static rails for tool-less mounting in 4-post racks with square or unthreaded round holes or tooled mounting in 4-post threaded-hole rack Environmental Operating Conditions

  • Temperature
    Operating: 10° to 35°C (50° to 95°F) with a maximum temperature gradation of 10°C per hour
    MD3800i/MD3820i. Supports Fresh Air cooling, up to 35°C

    Relative Humidity

    Operating: 20% to 80% (non-condensing) with a maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour

Altitude
MD3800i/MD3820i :
Operating: -16 to 3048 m (-50 to 10,000 ft)
Note: For altitudes above 2,950 ft, the maximum operating temperature is de-rated 1°F/550 ft.

MD3860i :
Operating: -30.5 m to 3,000 m (-100 ft to 9,840 ft)
Note: For altitudes above 2,950 ft, the maximum operating temperature is de-rated 1.8°F/1,000 ft. Regulatory

  • PowerVault 3800i Regulatory Model: E03J
    PowerVault 3800i Regulatory Type: E03J001
    PowerVault 3820i Regulatory Model: E04J
    PowerVault 3820i Regulatory Type: E04J001
    PowerVault 3860i Regulatory Model: E08J
    PowerVault 3860i Regulatory Type: E08J001

ENERGY STAR®
The Dell Storage MD3200i, MD3400, MD3800i and MD3800f arrays with the MD1200 expansion enclosure have earned the ENERGY STAR Data Center Storage designation.
The Dell Storage MD3220i, MD3420, MD3820i and MD3820f arrays with the MD1220 expansion enclosure have earned the ENERGY STAR Data Center Storage designation.
The Dell Storage MD3260i, MD3860i and MD3860f arrays have earned the ENERGY STAR Data Center Storage designation.
Click Here to learn more about the ENERGY STAR Storage 1.0 designation.

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Upgrade with the Premium Feature Key bundles that meet your priorities.

Data Protection:

Ensure your data is protected with Snapshot, VDC and Remote Replication.

High Performance:

Data is increasing at an alarming rate, but performance should not be impacted. This bundle includes the High Performance tier, SSD cache and the additional drive capacity license.

Speed recovery with Dynamic Disk Pools.

Dynamic Disk Pools (DDP) protect data by dynamically distributing data across pools of drives. In the event of a drive failure, DDP will identify the critical data and dynamically rebalance the data so the array can return to an optimal state faster than it would in the typical RAID environment. DDP can now support up to 20 disk pools and up to 120 SSDs.

Global services and support

Reduce IT complexity, lower costs and eliminate inefficiencies by making IT and business solutions work harder for you. You can count on Dell for end-to-end solutions to maximize your performance and uptime. A proven leader in servers, storage and networking, Dell Enterprise Solutions and Services deliver innovation at any scale. And if you’re looking to preserve cash or increase operational efficiency, Dell Financial Services has a wide range of options to make technology acquisition easy and affordable. Contact your Dell Sales Representative for more information.

MD3800i 10Gb iSCSI arrays Supporting up to 64 hosts with 10Gb iSCSI connectivity, the MD3800i array offers high performance and high scalability, featuring:
  • Up to twelve 3.5" or 2.5" SAS, near-line SAS and SSD drives in a 2U chassis
  • Support for a maximum of 180 or 192 drives when utilizing the Premium Feature Key to expand beyond the 120 standard configurations
  • Single or dual active/active controllers
  • 4GB cache per controller or 8GB per controller in dual-controller configurations
  • Dynamic Disk Pools (DDP) that can support up to 1024TB * of data in up to 20 disk pools with up to 120 SSD drives

MD3820i 10Gb iSCSI arrays Supporting up to 64 hosts with 10Gb iSCSI connectivity, the MD3820i array offers high performance and high scalability, featuring:
  • Up to 24x 2.5" SAS, near-line SAS and SSD drives in a 2U chassis
  • Support for a maximum of 180 or 192 drives when utilizing the Premium Feature Key to expand beyond the 120 standard configurations
  • Single or dual active/active controllers
  • 4GB cache per controller or 8GB per controller in dual-controller configurations
  • Dynamic Disk Pools that can support up to 1024TB of data in up to 20 disk pools with up to 120 SSD drives

MD3860i 10Gb iSCSI array Supporting up to 64 hosts with 10Gb iSCSI connectivity, the MD3820i high-density array offers high performance and scalability, featuring:
  • Up to 60-drive configuration (20 HDDs minimum), supporting 2.5" and 3.5" SAS, near-line SAS and SSD drives in a 4U chassis
  • Support for a maximum of 180 or 192 drives when utilizing the Premium Feature Key to expand beyond the 120 standard configurations
  • Standard High Performance Tiering with SSD Cache and Thin Provisioning to optimize performance and capacity
  • Single or dual active/active controllers
  • 4GB cache per controller or 8GB per controller in dual-controller configurations
  • Dynamic Disk Pools that can support up to 1024TB of data in up to 20 disk pools with up to 120 SSD drives

MD3060e expansion enclosure A 60-drive expansion enclosure specifically designed for the MD3 dense array series, the MD3060e 5 dense enclosure is an eBOD (expansion bunch of disks), which operate in the same fashion as a JBOD (just a bunch of disks). There are two enclosure management modules (EMM) that allow for management of the expansion drives via the MD3 Dense Array controllers.
  • Up to 2 expansion enclosures can be daisy chained to an MD3 SAS Dense array
  • Options for mix and match of 3.5", 2.5", SED or SSD hard drives *
  • Add two MD3060e enclosures (max) for up to 180 drives in just 12U, providing up to 1.4PB of raw capacity*
  • Dual EMM controller option only, using the enclosure management modules

Having the right backup solution is key to protecting your critical information. So is having the right support. Dell™ ProSupport™ is a portfolio of globally consistent, customer-driven support services that provides businesses of all sizes with flexible, reliable and easier support solutions.

Dell ProSupport starts with the Dell ProSupport for IT service model designed for IT professionals like you. Dell ProSupport for IT provides:

  • 24x7 Direct access to Dell Expert Centers
  • Fast-track dispatch for Dell-certified technicians
  • Escalation management through Dell’s Global Command Centers

Next, Dell ProSupport Options align to the way you use technology — rapidly responding to your needs, protecting your investment, productivity and sensitive data, and providing enhanced proactive support services to reduce the risk and complexity of managing your infrastructure.

Mission Critical* — Perfect for server and storage environments where avoiding unplanned downtime and reducing recovery time through priority response are a must. The package includes priority 4-hour on-site* service or optional 2-hour response with 6-hour hardware repair, Dell’s proven Critical Situation process and emergency dispatch.

Keep your hard drive* — Enables you to control your sensitive data by retaining your hard drive and helps you comply with current data privacy regulations to help mitigate risks associated with regulatory or civil liabilities.

Enterprise-wide contract — Provides enhanced proactive capabilities through:

  • Designated Service Delivery Manager
  • Performance benchmarking and custom reporting
  • Planning and assessments


Proactive maintenance
— Maximizes the availability and stability of your infrastructure proactively. The package includes a detailed system assessment and implementation of driver or firmware updates and upgrades for your server or storage systems.

Remote advisory options — Provides telephone and internet access to technical expertise for specialized applications and solutions such as Microsoft® Exchange, Virtualization and more.


Basic support
Ideal for nonessential application environments. This service offers business-hour, phone-based support for hardware-only issues with Next Business Day On-Site Service following completion of phone-based troubleshooting.


Dell Education Services
Decrease downtime, improve utilization and ensure business continuity with storage training from Dell Education Services. A self-paced online training course jump starts the Storage Administrator on managing the PowerVault MD Storage environment.

Additional service offerings


Comprehensive storage training and certification
Through comprehensive storage training courses, Dell provides expertise in implementing Dell storage into an existing IT infrastructure. If you are interested in validating or maintaining your skill set for company compliance, the Dell-certified Network Storage Networking Professional Certification path is available.

Backup and recovery
To sustain the continued operation of your storage solution, you should engineer availability, security and reliability into every process from the outset. Dell can provide backup and recovery solutions that help ensure adequate procedures are in place to minimize or avoid data loss.

Storage consolidation
Our storage experts analyze existing infrastructure, operational practices and technical readiness to develop a roadmap for conducting a storage consolidation. They will also develop a detailed consolidation deployment plan as well as a validated and refined solution design.