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Mantas Miksenas

Apr 16, 2020 1 min read

Enhanced public API for the management of Oxylabs’ residential proxy service is now up and running! From now on, with Oxylabs’ API proxy, our partners can manage their own Residential Proxies solution via backend services without the need to log in to the dashboard.

Follow the links for technical information on our proxy API documentation, which is also available in OpenAPI format.

Enhanced features of Oxylabs Residential Proxy API

With Oxylabs’ Residential Proxy API customers will be able to:

  • Create, update or delete sub-users
  • Update, delete and set traffic limits for sub-users
  • Get statistics on your users’ traffic usage

Oxylabs’ Residential Proxy API in the near future will see even more features added for our clients’ convenience. If you have any suggestions or specific requirements of how you would like our developers to build Residential Proxy API, please get in touch with your Account Manager to discuss it further.

If everything is clear, you can register and start using Oxylabs’ Residential Proxy API right now! As always, if you have any questions or would like to get a consultation, feel free to discuss your case with our sales team by clicking here and booking a call.

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About Mantas Miksenas

Mantas Miksenas is a Sales Development Representative who believes he needs to keep moving forward by pushing the limits. The tech industry compliments the latter aim as it expands boundaries and helps to build the future. While he pushes his limits, he likes to put on a soundtrack of smooth Jazz and improvisational music to keep himself energized while answering your proxy related questions.

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