In March 2018, we informed you that App Maker would be made generally available to G Suite Business, Enterprise, and Education customers as a core service. While we're still working to ensure that App Maker meets the high standards required of a G Suite core service, we're planning to launch it as an additional service on 2018-06-14, so more customers can take advantage of the product.
- For G Suite Business and Enterprise customers, as well as higher education G Suite for Education customers, App Maker will launch default ON, unless you've chosen to manually opt in to new services.
- For K–12 G Suite for Education customers, App Maker will launch default OFF. You'll need to enable it in the Admin console before your organization can begin using it.
- App Maker will become an additional G Suite service for your domain, but it will offer 24x7 technical support and service-level commitments. It will be added to the list of additional G Suite services in the Admin console.
- App Maker will be compliant with ISO (27001, 27017, 27018) and SOC (1, 2, 3).
- App Maker comes with built-in support for Google Cloud SQL (GCP subscription required), but you can also bring your own database. The product supports many other managed database services connected via JDBC and REST APIs.
- App Maker will offer accessibility features to meet the needs of all your users.
- Starting on 2018-06-14, if you're a K–12 G Suite for Education customer or you've chosen to manually enable new services in your domain, turn on App Maker in the Admin console.
- Set up Google Cloud SQL for App Maker, or consult our documentation for other supported database services connected via JDBC and REST APIs.
- Use our developer guide to get started with App Maker.
If you have additional questions or need assistance, please contact G Suite support. When you call or submit your support case, reference issue number 80160912.