Recently proposed extensions of the IC3 model checking algorithm offer a powerful new way to symbolically verify software. The Vienna Verification Tool (VVT) implements these techniques with the aim to tackle the problem of parallel software verification. Its SMT-based abstraction mechanisms allow VVT to deal with infinite state systems. In addition, VVT utilizes a coarse-grained large-block encoding and a variant of Liptons reduction to reduce the number of interleavings. This paper introduces VVT, its underlying architecture and use.