Google changed the name of its G Suite product to Google Workspace. See the following article for more information:
The following describes the eligibility requirements to sign up for Google Workspace at DreamHost.
DreamHost Google Workspace Eligibility
In order to sign up for Google Workspace through your DreamHost account:
- Your domain must be registered or hosted (either Fully Hosted, Parked, Redirect, or 'DNS Only') within your DreamHost account.
- You must live in a supported country (see Google's supported country list here).
- The domain cannot be actively using Google Workspace (or its predecessor, Google Apps).
- The domain cannot have been used with a Google Workspace trial within the last 90 days.
If a domain does not appear in the dropdown menu, it is not eligible for Google Workspace. Typically, this occurs due to the domain already having an account at Google. This can happen when the account was signed up for Workspace directly with Google, or from another Google Partner. If you're not sure why your domain is ineligible, please refer to Google's support documentation for more information:
Google's support can help you reactivate the existing account, or purge it from their system so that you can create a new Workspace account.