Oracle and Sun acquisition is a done deal
It may have been a messy deal but all is now official and Oracle owns Sun.
Both China and Russia have now approved the purchase just in time for a day-long event at Oracle's headquarters in Redwood Shores, California, to outline its future roadmap.
It also means that the company now owns both its database and Sun's open source MySQL database, which was the main bone of contention for those against the original deal.
Larry Ellison is due to make his thoughts known about the completion at 10pm tonight when he takes to the stage at the future strategy conference.
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