Red Hat (NYSE:RHT) CEO Jim Whitehurst is getting a $100,000 raise, which boosts his salary from $900,000 to $1 million as of June 1, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He is also eligible for $1.5 million in additional compensation if the company meets its goals.

Whitehurst could snag the additional $1.5 million target award in the 2016 fiscal year if Red Hat meets performance objectives.

The $100,000 raise has been a standard yearly boost for Whitehurst, but the incentive figure is an increase from the $1.26 million target amount in 2015.

Red Hat determines its executive compensation by examining how much those at peer companies such as Adobe Systems, Citrix Systems and NetApp receive, the SEC filing says.