Does your model start with a root object called “universe”?
In Chapter 1, “Conducting a thorough domain analysis,” I focused on the techniques Domain-Driven Design (DDD) offers for exploring the business domain and on the outputs it produces. You’ve seen that the ideal output of a DDD analysis is a context map and that nodes on the map represent bounded contexts of the domain. You can think of contexts as being connected in some way, whether through a master/subordinate relationship or as partners that are shipped together and equally responsible for deploying the solution.
The context map that results from a DDD analysis is not like a detailed sketch of a bunch of services and their ...