I have recently been helping with a series of discovery workshops. The aim was to make recommendations on the future architecture of the system.
Several of these involved using concepts from DDD. In particular the workshops identified the bounded contexts and built a context map between them. Occasionally we described the entities within them, but these were mostly used to clarify the boundaries between systems.
For strategic analysis the ideas in second half of Evans DDD was of more interest than the first tactical part. Here we didn’t have a greenfield environment, but were trying to find a way to improve a certain part of the process.
The concept of separating the problem space from the solution space helps here. To design a logical architecture requires that the system be described in terms of the problem rather than the (possibly) existing solution. This means there can be no reference to databases, proxies or internal system names.