General support for vSphere 6.0 ended March 12, 2020, general support for vSphere 6.5 will end Nov. 15, 2021 and vSphere 6.7 general support will end Oct. 15, 2022. If you or customers haven't upgraded to vSphere 7, it's time.
The latest generation of vSphere, VMware vSphere 7, is now available and carries with it considerable enhancements to those responsible for the security, operation and resiliency of the infrastructure and applications that provide all the critical services to their organizations.
The purpose of this major release from vSphere is two-fold. The first is to embed containers and Kubernetes into vSphere, unifying them with virtual machines as first-class citizens. This enables all vSphere administrators to become Kubernetes administrators and efficiently deliver new services to their developers. This major release's second purpose is to provide an essential building block of the cloud operating model to vSphere admins for running existing enterprise applications with vSphere 7.
Of course, there are many additional reasons you should consider upgrading to vSphere 7. Check out the following reference to learn more.