Joanne Rohde has retired from Red Hat where she served as executive vice president of worldwide operations, Red Hat disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Thursday.

Rohde’s retirement was effective October 11, according to the filing.

On Wednesday, Red Hat announced that Nick Van Wyk, a former executive at EMC, was taking on the role as “senior transformation executive” at Red Hat. Van Wyk is also now Red Hat’s vice president for global operations.

As part of her retirement agreement, Rohde will serve as a consultant to Red Hat for six months. She also agreed to a non-compete agreement for six months that prohibits her from working with Microsoft, Novell, Oracle and Sun Microsystems.

Rohde will receive $25,000 per month as compensation, according to a letter included in the SEC filing.