Choose the service that’s right for you
EZproxy was built for libraries. It provides the flexibility you need to achieve your unique goals.
The EZproxy stand-alone service is for libraries that want to run EZproxy on their own Linux or Windows® servers. It is used and trusted by thousands of libraries around the world.
- Connects to nearly all content providers
- Integrates with a variety of library systems
- Protects user privacy
- Provides the latest version of OpenSSL
Frequently asked questions
Where is EZproxy Analytics available?
EZproxy Analytics is available to EZproxy hosted libraries in the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Is EZproxy Analytics priced separately?
Yes. EZproxy Analytics is an additional subscription for EZproxy hosted customers.
Is EZproxy Analytics available for the stand-alone service?
EZproxy Analytics is currently only available for the hosted service.
Does EZproxy Analytics work with users on and off campus?
Yes. EZproxy Analytics reflects access events that take place via the EZproxy server. EZproxy provides several options for capturing both on-campus and off-campus traffic.
Can EZproxy Analytics provide statistics based on patron type (faculty, student, etc.)?
Yes. OCLC will work with you during implementation to make sure you have the appropriate patron groups defined in EZproxy to capture this usage.
Grant trouble-free access to all your library’s e-resources
By implementing EZproxy hosted, Harper Adams University was able to offer a single sign-in solution for its users, leading to fewer sign-in problems. Library users now use a familiar sign-in process and are able to access the e-resources they want whenever they want them, whether they're on campus or not.
"Hosted EZproxy is such an easy system to set up, configure and use."
Systems Librarian, Harper Adams University
EZproxy allows your library to deliver e-content to users simply, effectively, and securely no matter where or when they’re searching. EZproxy facilitates a single sign-on to e-content using your institution’s preferred authentication method, such as SAML or LDAP, while protecting user privacy and keeping usage data under library control.