A vApp consists of one or more virtual machines that communicate over a network and use resources and services in a deployed environment. A vApp can contain multiple virtual machines. View vAppsYou can view vApps in a grid view or in a card view. Open a vAppYou can open a vApp to view the virtual machines and networks it contains, as well as a diagram showing how the virtual machines and networks are connected. Suspend a vAppYou can suspend a vApp to save its current state. Stop a vAppStopping a vApp powers off or shuts down all the virtual machines in the vApp. You must stop a vApp before you can perform certain actions. For example, adding it to a catalog, copying it, moving it, and so on. Start a vAppStarting a vApp powers on all the virtual machines in the vApp that are not already powered on. Reset a vAppResetting a vApp clears state (memory, cache, and so on), but the vApp continues to run. Discard the Suspended State of a vAppYou can discard the suspended state of a vApp. Delete a vAppYou can delete a vApp, which removes it from your organization. Work with SnapshotsCreating a snapshot preserves the state and data of the virtual machines within a vApp at a specific point in time. A snapshot is not intended to be used for long periods of time or in place of backing up the vApp. Change the Owner of a vAppYou can change the owner of the vApp, for example, if a vApp owner leaves the company or changes roles within the company. Move a vApp to Another Virtual DatacenterWhen you move a vApp to another virtual datacenter, the vApp is removed from the source virtual datacenter. Copy a Stopped vApp to Another Virtual DatacenterWhen you copy a vApp to another virtual datacenter, the original vApp remains in the source virtual datacenter. Copy a Powered-On vAppTo create a vApp based on an existing vApp, you can copy a vApp and change the copy to meet your needs. You do not need to power off virtual machines in the vApp before you copy the vApp. The memory state of running virtual machines is preserved in the copied vApp. Renew a vApp LeaseYou can renew a vApp lease if the lease has expired. Edit vApp PropertiesYou can edit the properties of an existing vApp, including the vApp name and description, OVF environment properties, leases, and sharing settings.