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Yes, with 100 Primary Databases (regardless whether they all run on the same one server even), you need to implement 100 times a Data Guard Configuration in order to get a Standby Database for each Primary.
It can be scripted, of course :-)
"Don't believe it, test it!"
Yes you are right. You will need to do in all instances. Why do you want to move to dataguard options?
If your company had already inversted in one technology and if it is working fine, why do you want to go to other? I am just being curious.
If your databases are on different machine , you will need to buy lot of oracle licenses and oracke isn't cheap. If your databases are small and you are doing active/passive replication, just stick to the current solution. That's just my suggestion.