As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite) primarily focuses on productivity and collaboration tools such as email, document editing, video conferencing, and more. It does not offer traditional web hosting services for hosting websites or web applications.
If you’re looking for web hosting services to host a website or web application, you would typically need to consider dedicated web hosting providers that specialize in providing the infrastructure, storage, and resources necessary to host your online content.
However, Google does offer a separate service called “Google Cloud Platform” (GCP) that provides a range of cloud computing services, including options for hosting websites and applications. Google Cloud Platform offers services like Google Compute Engine (for virtual machines), Google App Engine (for building and deploying applications), Google Cloud Storage (for object storage), and more. These services are separate from Google Workspace and are geared towards developers and businesses looking to host applications and websites in the cloud.
For specific details about Google’s web hosting services and options available through Google Cloud Platform, I recommend visiting the official Google Cloud website to get the most up-to-date information. Keep in mind that the technology landscape can change, so it’s always a good idea to verify the current offerings and services directly from the official sources.