Naranja is a company recognized on a national level for providing financial services. Technological advances in the sector drove the strategy they called “Digital Evolution”, which involved adapting the business core to cloud computing technologies by applying agile development methodologies.

This strategy required the alignment of external and internal collaborators from multiple areas and backgrounds, who had to get acquainted with the technological legacy of the client and have the tools to quickly implement new products that interact with the entire ecosystem of services.


To accompany the vision of the Developer Experience Naranja Engineering team on how to make the delivery of digital solutions more efficient, 3XM joined the development of “Khatu”, a product classified as a “vending machine” of different solutions and products developed on Naranja´s Digital Ecosystem, such as standard infrastructure models, templates for different defined architectures and integration with legacy services.

Khatu provides developers with an easy-to-use interface that makes available different assets developed by specialized teams, such as the creation of EKS clusters with defined rules and VPCs, or templates that integrate a BFF within a ready to deploy Lambda function, and cloud billing management.

The goal of the product is to enhance the developers’ experience so that they can focus on product development and creating customer value without worrying about defining or integrating those solutions into the existing ecosystem.

Khatu’s API interacts with different internal products developed in different technologies, such as terraform, Pulumi, Ansible, etc.


The client came to 3XM to add collaborators to a multidisciplinary team already in place, tasked with product development. As an added value, 3XM contributed its knowledge and experience in the implementation of different technologies required both in the frontend and backend.


  • AWS
  • Lambda
  • DynamoDB
  • CodeBuild
  • SQS
  • S3
  • EC2
  • Api Gateway
  • Serverless
  • Node
  • Express
  • Redis