I wish IBM bought Sun, but Oracle isn't bad either.
This makes an interesting market move for Oracle. A lot of Suns are bought just to run Oracle, and since Sun/Oracle can offer a one stop shop, I can see their S&M department (sales/marketing) being able to tout this advantage and get people's RDBMS backends off of Windows.
I can see database "appliances" that a company can just buy in bulk, already configured up for use for Oracle with the containers in place, just needing a DBA to add the core database schema and users.
I also san see Sun selling complete stacks in competition to the common LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack used for Web stuff.
Oracle scored a big victory today.