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Re: Shneiderman's mantra

Hi Simon, Let me start my congratulating you on the amazing work that you are doing. You are spot on with respect to 'the disconnect between the architecture sketches and the code' and the 'confusion around terminologies in different architecture frameworks'. I'm going to start experimenting with the C4 model to communicate with different stakeholders. Having said that, I'm facing a few challenges with this framework. Would love to hear your ideas on these. A System may be composed of big components/sub-systems that span multiple containers. For example, a recommendation sub-system might compose of a web-application, a stand alone Hadoop process, a few FTP files, some RDBMS tables etc. And the system in question might be composed of many such sub-systems. So does it make sense to delve directly into the containers and ignoring the higher abstraction of sub-systems ? How do we depict the fact that the above 3 containers for example belong to a bigger sub-system ? Regards, Ravi

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