I am so glad ..
.. they do their best to keep the LAMP acronym alive :).
I mean, it could have become LAPP with Postgresql (etc for all the other DBs out there).
The two main reasons I like this move is security and control. An open product means I can have a security evaluation done that actually means something, and not having a company dictate what someone can do with it means you can't be roped into a
scam scheme where a year later your costs skyrocket because you are now dependent on it (we all know who made that approach popular).