Amazon.com just published my three star review of Virtualization and Forensics by Dianne Barrett and Gregory Kipper. From the review:
"Virtualization and Forensics" (VAF) offers "a digital forensic investigator's guide to virtual environments" as its subtitle. Eric Cole's introduction says "How do we analyze the [virtual] systems forensically since standard methods no longer work? Let me introduce a key piece of research and literature, VAF." I disagree with Eric's claim: I did not find VAF to be a compelling resource for forensic investigators of virtual environments. If an author writes a book on virtual forensics, I would expert more advice on how to accomplish the task, and less description of virtual environments. Unfortunately, VAF spends most of its time talking about virtual systems and not enough time helping investigators analyze them.