On December 2, 2016 at 07:02:18, Thomas Diesler (tdiesler redhat com) wrote:
Openshift needs to talk to a registry in order to build an appropriate deployment configuration or image stream. If you have built your image and it's pushed to the openshift docker registry, then you can utilize the service ip or an exposed route pointed to that openshift registry.
It's not possible take an image that's built locally and pass it into openshift. An image stream would be missing critical information preventing them from having a way to pull down the image and start the container. The screenshot you provided doesn't provide proof that you've pushed the image into any docker registry.