The network infrastructure sector is a competitive space. Router and network appliance manufacturers are faced with the challenge of providing rock-solid hardware while making sure their devices are flexible and configurable enough to meet a wide range of user needs. Cisco added Tcl (Tool Command Language) as the primary scripting interface to its IOS router operating system, allowing their customers to automate and customize their network environment with an established, standardized dynamic programming language. As the industry leader in the networking space, their decision to use Tcl is important. Should you consider doing the same? This white paper discusses the benefits of choosing Tcl as your key network infrastructure language and why enlisting a third-party Tcl expert will help keep your project running smoothly.

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