Google has renamed and rebranded it’s cloud computing services. Instead of “Google Cloud Services” or “Google Cloud Platform”, it will simply be known as “Google Cloud”.  Related links are noted below

http://www.pcmag.com/news/348336/googles-cloud-services-get-new-names

https://cloudplatform.googleblog.com/2016/09/Google-Cloud-Platform-sets-a-course-for-new-horizons.html

https://cloud.googleblog.com/2016/09/introducing-Google-Cloud.html

For starters, Google’s cloud platform—”our user facing collaboration and productivity applications”— is now known as Google Cloud. It encompasses all the company’s cloud technologies and products: its “user-facing collaboration and productivity applications” (think, Gmail and Docs); machine learning tools and APIs; enterprise maps APIs; and all Android phones, tablets, and Chromebooks that access the cloud. Apps for Work, meanwhile, is also getting a new name: G Suite.