New Zealand

General applicants

Catalyst has been dedicated to using the world’s best open source software and tools to deliver robust IT solutions for our clients all over the globe for 20 years. Along with our passion for open source, we are a company that is committed to equal opportunities for all, regardless of individual characteristics such as gender, age, or ethnicity.

Our hiring processes reflect our diversity policy which you can read in full here: https://www.catalyst.net.nz/content/catalyst-diversity-policy

Region: 
Australia
Europe
New Zealand

Business Analyst and UX Consultant - New Zealand - Wellington

Catalyst provides open source solutions and services for a wide variety of New Zealand and international organisations, including major corporations, government departments, schools, and universities. Our products and services include software design and development; managing and hosting cloud-based business applications and technical and project consulting in UX and design.

Region: 
Australia
Europe
New Zealand

Info for customers moving to Catalyst Koha services

What is happening?

Catalyst and Calyx have an agreement in place for Catalyst to take over support for Calyx customers from 1 March 2020. From this date, when current Calyx customers make support requests, the response will be from the Catalyst team.

What will change?

From 1 March it will be Catalyst who responds to your support requests, not Calyx. There will be no immediate change to the existing process for requesting Koha support at https://calyx.net.au/support-request-form

Deploying applications in the cloud with Ansible (Christchurch)

13 May 2020
$760.00 per person (excl. GST)
Duration: 
1 day
Region: 
New Zealand
Christchurch

Deploying applications in load balanced environments can be quite a challenge, especially when "zero downtime" is a requirement. Updates require repeatedly draining traffic from part of a cluster, upgrading software and bringing hosts back online. The goal, of course, is to do all of this in such a way that the user does not notice anything.