A major upgrade to Google’s official network health provider will be available to developers for the next two months.
The update is expected to be available in the next few days, according to the company’s developer blog.
Network health is Google’s way of providing information about how your network is performing in real-time.
It also helps developers figure out if there’s a problem with their apps or services.
Network Health is now available to users and developers.
Google’s developer website describes the new update as a “major upgrade to the official Google Network Health service” and says it will improve network health by showing network health information more clearly.
In addition to showing data about your network, Network Health also includes a dashboard that shows you a summary of your network’s health and a list of any apps and services that are currently using the data.
Google’s Network Health Service is free to use and requires no Google accounts.
It comes as Google continues to roll out a raft of new features to improve the way it manages data.
Earlier this week, Google announced a new data management service called Google Cloud Platform, which lets developers build apps and other services that use the company ‘ cloud’ and store data on Google ‘ servers’.
Google Cloud Platform also lets developers create custom data management solutions.