Jolicloud 1.0 review

Screenshots: Screenshots of some the applications available for use on Jolicloud.

Some of the Developer applications available on Jolicloud. Trollim, a coding skill evaluation program, is the only other available developer application not visible on this image. It is on page two.

Some of the Developer applications available on Jolicloud

All the Storage applications available on Jolicloud.

All the Storage applications on Jolicloud

Enterprise applications available on Jolicloud. CubeTree and Tracked are the other available enterprise applications not visible on this screenshot. They are on page two.

Some of the enterprise applications available on Jolicloud

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One Comment

  1. Interesting review. I assume you have looked at Peppermint? Its also derived from Ubuntu but offers a more “happy medium” between local/cloud than Jolicloud seems to.

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