Yes. Serverless infrastructure and global load balancing means minimal risk of disaster. Our applications are replicated across Google's data centers globally, are backed up before each release, and can be restored or rolled back in under 5 minutes. Data is stored in triple redundancy block store. The underlying operating system is patched by Google Cloud security and our containers are moved as necessary with "live migration" (zero downtime).
When you generate an interface via console for a Site Search collection, we return title, description, URL, and image(optional) in the search results. In some instances, you might want to hide title, description, or URL.
Our default interface uses URL field for click-tracking, and it must be returned in response, otherwise, the click-tracking won’t function. Hence, if you try to remove URL field, it will return an error:
To hide ‘title’ or the ‘description’ field from the search interface: