🔸The increasing adoption of cloud computing and DevOps has created a demand for techies with understanding of network administration. The job role and responsibilities of network admins have evolved over time but the demand continues to be same. Here are top programming languages that network administrators need to know.
🔸*Perl -* The 30-year old programming language continues to be popular among techies. With the new common gateway interface (CGI) scripting, Perl's popularity has increased over time. The programming language's ability to execute program on servers and dynamic websites is the reason behind its popularity. There is a lot more to Perl than just how language tends to network and system administration.
🔸*Bash -* The native shell of Unix-based systems including Linux, macOS is the command-line interface called Bash. The network admins need to developer bash skills to easily executive commands using highly intricate syntax. For networking equipment, a number of products run on some form of Linux-based OS, allowing a great deal fo flexibility to manage devices in a secure manner. Roles best suited for bash programmers include Linux and macOS based system administration, automation and application development.
🔸*Tcl -* Tool Command Language (Tcl) is among the most mature programming languages. It was born out of frustration due to developers' efforts to embed their own languages into the applications. Speed and power are the reasons why Tcl skills have gained popularity.
🔸*Go -* Google created programming language, Go has its unique strengths. The programming language is used at the foundation of Docker, Kubernetes, Cloudflare, Netflix, and Uber. A number of mission-critical services are powered by Go.
🔸*Python -* The open-source programming language is the top choice of open source community. Network admins use Python for automating system administration tasks. It can be used through the use of plugins and scripts to integrate into various workflows.
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