Let's suppose that I have two bounded contexts: A and B.
In books I'm reading authors will only write "Context A maps into Microservice A".
Now I'm working on a project (university assignment) in which I have one big context (A) that can (in my opinion) include a sub-context (B), as they both have the "same vision of the world".
When I started finding the related Microservices I have this architecture in which the big context (A) maps into two micro-services, one related to A itself, and one related to B.
Is this fine? or I'll just have to assume A and B as separate contexts?