statistics aggregate show: (Strangely Ontap docs does not cover the Bps & latency part for that command)
For example: The "statistics aggregate show" command continuously displays performance data for aggregates at a regular interval (default/minimum 5 seconds).
In your case:
Bps:33382176 Bytes/sec equivalent to 33.38 MBps
Average latency for an operation in microsecond: 10000 equivalent to 10ms
If you are interested to know what "Bps" & "Latency" units are, then you can refer to:
Anyway, are you just looking for the explanation around those parameters, or you are dealing with a performance related issue at your place ? Just fyi: There is no general metrics for IOPS/Latency, everything is interdependent. Fortunately, cDOT/ONTAP has many layers of virtualization and each layer has it's specific QoS statistics to help you narrow down the issue. Therefore, just reading those numbers(stats)without any context, isn't much use unless there is a 'slowness/performance' related issue reported from the front-end applications (databse/exchange/vmware/Fileshare etc) for whatever protocols.
Qos statistics is a great tool available to ONTAP, that can provide a point-in-time statistics of resource utilization of workloads, on a per-node basis.
Some Kbs worth a read: