You can discover the running virtual machines within your vCenters. Add a vCenter ServerYou must register a vCenter Server with Application Transformer for VMware Tanzu to view its inventory objects such as data centers, folders, clusters, and resource pools. Update vCenter DetailsYou can resynchonize vCenter, update credentails, and unregister a vCenter from Application Transformer for VMware Tanzu. Scan and Introspect vCenter ServerYou must scan a vCenter server to discover all available VMs or VMs within a inventory like data centers, folders, clusters, resource pools. You can run the introspection process on the discovered VMs to identify running components. Discover Application TopologyTopology discovery allows you to automatically group discovered components into applications and creates flows between components using network flow data from vRealize Network Insight. View VM detailsYou can view details of discovered VMs like VM name, last scan status, guest OS type, discovered components. You can introspect VMs to discover components in it, add notes to the VMs, and assign tags. Assign TagsUse tags to group VMs and applications based on their importance in your setup and their deployment profile. You can assign tags to the VMs and to the applications. Introspect the VMsYou can introspect the discovered VMs to identify running components. Update VM CredentialsYou can associate the credentials with the VMs to perform the introspection and containerization operations. Import an InventoryYou can upload the CSV file to import your inventory details in to Application Transformer for VMware Tanzu View and Edit Component DetailsYou can view details of discovered components of a VM like process name, component type and version, application association. View the Process DetailsYou can see the list of all the processes that are running on the introspected VMs.