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The Google App Engine feature has moved to the Google Developers Console. To learn more about Google App Engine, please visit the Google App Engine Documentation homepage.

What is Google App Engine?

Google App Engine is Google's application development and hosting platform. Google App Engine lets you build high-traffic web applications without having to manage high-traffic infrastructure. Your applications built on Google App Engine use the same technology that powers Google's websites for speed and reliability. You just provide the code.

How do I use Google App Engine with G Suite?

Google App Engine can be used with G Suite to provide a custom domain name for your Internet-facing application, for example, myapp.com.

By default, when you deploy your service on Google App Engine, your service is accessible at your-application-id.appspot.com.

To provide a stronger brand experience for your application, you may also want that application to be available at my-brand.com or www.my-brand.com.

The Activate SSL for custom domains feature has been moved to the Google Developers Console. To configure your custom domain name using the Google Developers Console, refer to the  Using Custom Domains and SSL article in the Google Cloud Platform documentation.

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