Frankly, I'd be surprised to see Oracle try to substitute Solaris into existing Oracle DB accounts running on Linux. More likely, Oracle will offer customers both choices and let them decide, although Oracle will likely attempt to influence the decision through better performance and integration with Solaris.
Oracle intends to keep VirtualBox and allow users to crate images on their desktop that can be deployed into OracleVM pools.
Finally, there wasn't much news about the future of Java, other than the fact that JavaOne will be held Sept. 19-23, 2010, and will be collocated with Oracle OpenWorld, as well as expand to local events in Brazil, China, and India. JavaOne and OpenWorld, however, will remain two separate conferences.
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