G Suite Apps Monthly Uptime

View service uptime numbers

This feature is available with G Suite Enterprise, Business, or Basic edition. (Compare editions)

With the G Suite Apps Monthly Uptime report, you can view monthly worldwide availability for G Suite services. Google provides this historical data—called uptime numbers—as part of our ongoing commitment to transparency about our operations.

Open the G Suite Apps Monthly Uptime report

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. From the Admin console Home page, go to Reports.

    To see Reports, you might have to click More controls at the bottom.

  3. At the left, click G Suite Apps Monthly Uptime.

Learn more about the Apps Uptime report

Apps Uptime report details

  • Uptime numbers include standard G Suite editions only—These include G Suite Enterprise, G Suite Business, and G Suite Basic. Other special editions or versions of G Suite are not included.
  • An uptime number is a ratio—It is the total time a service was available when users requested it divided by the total time users requested it. We calculate this ratio using data aggregated across all users of G Suite Enterprise, G Suite Business, and G Suite Basic.
  • Uptime numbers are worldwide averages—They don’t correspond to the uptime numbers for a specific domain.
  • Uptime numbers show general service availability—They don’t necessarily include or correspond to service incidents, such as the temporary unavailability of specific features.
  • Uptime numbers are published quarterly—However, the time before publication varies, depending on factors such as any service incidents. It can take several months after a quarter ends to research and process the data. Please check back if uptime numbers for a quarter aren’t yet available.

Compare with G Suite Status Dashboard

  • G Suite Apps Monthly Uptime report—Use this report to determine the reliability of G Suite services. The report shows only historical data about the availability of a service—that is, whether users could reach the service. Service availability numbers don’t include incidents with specific features or capabilities of a service.
  • G Suite Status Dashboard—Use this dashboard to find information about a specific service incident. The dashboard shows both real-time and historical data about specific incidents with G Suite services and their features or capabilities.
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