Associate Analyst, Quantitative Services
Yulitza Peraza Analyst, Quantitative Services
As an analyst for 451 Research?s Quantitative Services group, Yulitza assists in the development and maintenance of the company?s Market Monitor product line, which provides market sizing, share and growth forecasts for emerging enterprise technology markets, including virtualization and cloud computing.
Yulitza joined the Quantitative Services group in December 2010 after assisting in the daily financial research and overall development of the 451 Research M&A KnowledgeBase. She first joined 451 Research as an independent program consultant in September 2005, conducting research on tech M&A deals. Prior to joining 451 Research, Yulitza worked on the development and management of social and health programs for NGOs in New York and San Francisco. Earlier in her career, she was a junior financial consultant for Ernst & Young Consulting in Venezuela.
Yulitza holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Universidad Jose Maria Vargas in Caracas, Venezuela. Besides her native Spanish, Yulitza speaks English fluently and basic Mandarin.
Reports by this Analyst
MIS Spotlight - August, 2013
Cloud computing is on the upswing, and demand for public cloud services remains strong in terms of workloads and applications being run in the cloud. However, the aggregate level of public cloud adoption is not what many had expected at this point.
HITS Insight - November, 2012
451 Research's Market Monitor service recently published a market update report focused on the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) sector; a space we believe will witness a 49% CAGR through 2015.
MIS Spotlight - September, 2012
Our most recent Market Monitor cloud 'as a service' overview report shows that cloud computing is moving beyond the proof-of-concept stage toward a higher level of adoption in terms of both workloads and application types.
MIS Spotlight - June, 2012
While PaaS is emerging as the most dynamic layer in the cloud stack, we have yet to see a large-scale profitable business model emerge. Is this about to change?