Red Hat has completed its acquisition of Massachusetts-based MetaMatrix, a data management and integration software firm.
The deal was first announced in April. Financial terms were not disclosed.
With the deal, Red Hat said it would expand its service-oriented architecture capabilities and data management solutions.
MetaMatrix, which had been privately held, will become part of the JBoss middleware software division at Red Hat. Red Hat acquired JBoss last year. The deal was part of an overall strategy Red Hat executives spelled out in a Web cast designed to capitalize on the $350 million it invested in acquiring JBoss last June.
MetaMatrix employs some 50 people. The company had raised more than $40 million in venture funding, according to Private Equity Wire.