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Elasticfox vs Jollat

By John | July 11, 2008

I noticed a new AWS tool for managing EC2 and S3 on the AWS blog called Jollat. I did a quick analysis of the differences between Jollat and ElasticFox and here is a quick list of the plus and minus’ of Jollat:



Bottom Line:

If you do a lot of work with multiple AWS accounts and need to filter between a lot of different EC2 images then the $66 is probably a good investment. However they need to get the copy feature in ASAP.

Topics: amazon, ec2, s3 | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “Elasticfox vs Jollat”

  1. Jay Says:
    July 14th, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    I tried finding the reference on pricing or licensing detail on the Jollat site.
    Where did you got the $66 pricing. I am reluctant to download a piece of software when neither licensing nor “about us” information is available.

  2. John Says:
    July 15th, 2008 at 6:53 am

    Good points. They really should say more about who they are and list the price.

    After you install it and you start it up you get a message saying you have 30 days) to purchase. Then there is a purchase button.