Peter Allocca

Peter has over 20 years of networking and infrastructure engineering experience working in large enterprises. While never shy from a whiteboard, Peter loves architecting solutions across technology domains and managing communication with senior stakeholders. Before joining Network to Code, Peter was at McKinsey & Company serving as a Senior Enterprise Architect where he managed the Network Automation, Application Delivery, and Identity and Access Management teams. Peter holds a BE in Computer Engineering from Lehigh University.

Ken Celenza

Ken Celenza is an experienced network and automation engineer with over 20 years of experience working in military, consulting, and enterprise environments. Ken leads client engagements at Network to Code as both a developer and an architect and serves as a mentor to Network Engineers both within and outside our company.

Prior to joining Network to code, Ken spent 9 years as an engineer and architect at McKinsey & Company, where he was a part of almost every major Data Center, POP, and Colo build or refresh during his tenure. Ken has also held positions at INS, where he was responsible for engineering solutions for enterprises around Data Centers, Campus, Security, and Load Balancing, and at the United States Air Force, where he began his career in network configuring, designing, and automating.

Bryan Daddio

Bryan Daddio brings over 20 years of experience in the information technology industry and currently leads all sales and marketing efforts at Network to Code. Bryan previously worked in the cyber security space at Optiv Security where he managed strategic accounts in the New York metro area. Prior to Optiv, Bryan was the founder of a sports registration application company called DirectRoster which was acquired by industry leader SportsSignUP. Fresh out of college, Bryan worked for a network cabling company called ICAS for over 4 years. Bryan attended Roanoke College where he played 4 years of lacrosse. He also enjoys surfing, although he can barely stand on a wave, and golf where he’s often too frustrated to finish a full round.