What Is the C4 Model?
The C4 model is a framework used in software engineering to visualize and describe the architecture of software systems. Developed by Simon Brown, it stands for “Context, Containers, Components, and Code,” which represents different levels of granularity for depicting a system’s architecture.
The purpose of this section is to offer a global perspective of the system, highlighting its interactions and connections with external entities such as users, emailing systems, and other external systems. Here are some key points: