I’ve been working on Bare Monkey for a few months now. Bare Monkey inputs a Windows memory capture and runs it against all Volatility plugins and outputs them to a text file. Afterwards, it deletes the generated files that are empty and then compresses the files left. It also creates a tarball and a MD5 hash. The README and code can be found on my github at www.github.com/wiredpulse/BareMonkey.
You will have to change the extension to .sh and chmod 755.
Some of the benefits of the program are that Volatility will no longer be needed after the program runs, you can analyze the output with a text editor, and grep through the data rather quickly.
___ / _,\ \_\ ,,,, _,_) # /) (= =)D__/ __/ // C/^__)/ _( ___// \_,/ -. '-._/,--' _\\_, / -//. \_ \_/ -,._ _ ) ) \/ / ) / / \-__,/ ( ( ( \.__,-)\_ )\_ / -( / -(//// ////