Domain Driven Design – Identify the limited context in Task Management

I'm currently trying out DDD with a sample Application "Task Management System". This does not apply to a specific domain, but is a generic application that can be used in any domain.

  • The main concept of task management is "task". It can contain several subtasks.
  • The task can have a specific duration and be assigned to different roles or users.
  • Each subtask can be assigned to different roles or users
  • Task can be submitted for approval for other users or roles
  • Once approved, tasks and subtasks are available for execution

Based on the above knowledge, I introduced myself to three limited contexts.

a] Task & subtasks – core domain

b] Approval Process – Supporting Domain

c] Roles, Users, Authorization – User Domain

Roles, users in a generic domain have a different meaning in the task domain.
For example, a user in the user domain is referred to as the creator / approver / person responsible in the task domain. Similarly, roles in the user domain are referred to as Responsible / Approving Roles.

Data related to the list of users, roles are assigned by an external system, and authentication is also performed by an external system. The list of users and roles is used to create, assign, and approve tasks.

Need clarity on the following points

  • Have I clearly identified limited contexts?
  • Am I correct in separating the users and roles in a different context, even though they are very important for creating tasks?
  • Should the approval process be in a different context? I'm confused about that, as it's actually very important and part of the task management.

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  1. Has anyone used automated server management tools?

    Running some sites on managed cPanel / WHM VPS. I still have to do some server administration and check things on the server. I'd rather concentrate on the websites. Have you come across services like serverpilot.io, runcloud.io, etc. (let me know if there are other good ones). Do you have experience with these services? Do you have a good job managing your server in terms of updates, security, performance, etc., and would you trust them to host ecommerce sites? I understand that they are only for server management and the actual host is DigitalOcean, AWS etc.


  2. These are control panels, not server management providers. For example, Rack911 is a server management provider. If you do not want to manage a server with difficulty, you need a server management provider.

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