The figure represents an increase of 15% year-on-year.
The company recorded profit of US$180 million for the fiscal year, according to figures released in the US on Tuesday.
The fourth-quarter revenue amounted to US$544 million, an increase of 17% over the corresponding period in the previous financial year. Of this, 88% came from subscriptions, a percentage that also held for the entire financial year.
A media release from Red Hat quoted chief executive Jim Whitehurst as saying: "Enterprises increasingly adopting hybrid cloud infrastructures and open source technologies drove our strong results.
"The fourth quarter marked our 56th consecutive quarter of revenue growth, contributing to Red Hat’s first fiscal year crossing US$2 billion in total revenue."