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Customer Story

Cloud migration & Modern data platform enablement: The Caresource Story

The Caresource logo overlayed on an image of a doctor looking at an ipad.

Founded in 1989

4,500 Employees

Serves 2 million members

Executive Summary

CareSource was committed to migrating its data services to Azure Cloud, with its Modern Data Platform (MDP) product as the initial  consumer. Additionally, there was a need to modernize its application development and software delivery practices.

Liatrio offered a unique hands-on delivery and pairing approach critical to evolving CareSource’s engineering expertise and transferring the necessary capabilities for their long-term success.

In just sixteen weeks, the partnership created a foundation for leveraging cloud native development practices to increase their delivery capabilities, streamline their data center workloads, and focus on increasing their Azure cloud native development and IaC capabilities. The application and its infrastructure are now more available, scalable, and resilient, requiring less effort to resolve issues. 

Business Outcomes 


Liatrio-led immersive learning and embedded coaching helped uplift the Data Engineering team to independently deploy their data notebooks and pipelines to a new federated and approved path to production.


Infrastructure configuration changes and  application deployments achieved via strategy, GitOps deployment code collisions, and less-frequent manual errors.


CareSource operationalized its approach for moving on-prem workloads to Azure Cloud by leveraging Liatrio’s existing Producer and Consumer Cloud Operating Model, along with reusable Terraform modules and a GitOps approach to more rapidly and safely deploying software.

Ignited Team

Through the partnership with Liatrio, CareSource engineers were excited and enabled to move forward on their “automate everything” journey, and were able to apply these principles to other initiatives across the organization.